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Title V, RLIS

Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title V, Part B, Rural and Low-Income Schools (RLIS) federal program for rural education agencies with 20 percent or more of the pupils from families below the poverty line.

Funding

Note: Effective 2017–18, the ESEA, as reauthorized by the Every Student Succeeds Act, authorizes RLIS under Title V, part B (formerly Title VI, Part B under the No Child Left Behind Act).

Fiscal Year 2019–20

Title V, Part B Rural and Low-Income Schools 2019 Funding Profile - Program Description and Funding
Title V, Part B Rural and Low-Income Schools 2019 Funding Results - Apportionments and Letters

Fiscal Year 2018–19

Title V, Part B Rural and Low-Income Schools 2018 Funding Profile - Program Description and Funding
Title V, Part B Rural and Low-Income Schools 2018 Funding Results - Apportionments and Letters

Fiscal Year 2017–18

Title V, Part B Rural and Low-Income Schools 2017 Funding Profile - Program Description and Funding
Title V, Part B Rural and Low-Income Schools 2017 Funding Results - Apportionments and Letters

Fiscal Year 2016–17

Title VI, Part B, Rural and Low-Income Schools 2016 Funding Profile - Program Description and Funding
Title VI, Part B, Rural and Low-Income Schools 2016 Funding Results - Apportionments and Letters

Fiscal Year 2015–16

Title VI, Part B, Rural and Low-Income Schools 2015 Funding Profile - Program Description and Funding
Title VI, Part B, Rural and Low-Income Schools 2015 Funding Results - Apportionments and Letters

Fiscal Year 2014–15

Title VI, Part B, Rural and Low-Income Schools 2014 Funding Profile - Program Description and Funding
Title VI, Part B, Rural and Low-Income Schools 2014 Funding Results - Apportionments and Letters

Related Links

Federal Rural Education Achievement Program (REAP)
U.S. Department of Education: Title V, Part B, Rural Education Achievement Program (REAP) External link opens in new window or tab.

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Last Reviewed: Thursday, January 9, 2020
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