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College Readiness Block Grant

Funding to provide California high school pupils, particularly unduplicated pupils, additional supports to increase the number who enroll at institutions of higher education and complete an undergraduate degree within four years.

Funding

Fiscal Year 2016–17

College Readiness Block Grant Funding 2016 Funding Profile - Program Description and Funding
College Readiness Block Grant Funding 2016 Funding Results - Entitlements, Apportionments, and Letters

Other Fiscal Information

Related Content

CALPADS Grades 9–12 UPC Source File for the College Readiness Block Grant, 2015–16 (XLS)
College Readiness Block Grant Program Information
Provides frequently asked questions, link to submit required report (due to the California Department of Education January 1, 2017), California Education Code Section 41850, and other information on the program
Senate Bill 828, Section 9 (Chapter 29, Statues of 2016) External link opens in new window or tab.

Questions: Julie Klein Briggs | JBriggs@cde.ca.gov | 916-323-6191 
Last Reviewed: Thursday, April 19, 2018
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