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Guidance: 2018–19 Federal Transferability

Consolidated Application Winter Release guidance for the 2018–19 Federal Transferability form.

Title V Section 5103 of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) allows a local educational agency (LEA) to transfer up to 100 percent of Title II, Part A and Title IV, Part A program funds to other allowable programs. The allowable programs are:

  • Title I, Part A;
  • Title I, Part C;
  • Title I, Part D;
  • Title II, Part A
  • Title III English Learner;
  • Title III Immigrant;
  • Title IV, Part A;
  • Title V, Part B, Subpart 1; and
  • Title V, Part B, Subpart 2.

An LEA may not transfer out any funds allocated under Title I, Title III, or Title V.

Consultation with private schools is required under ESSA Section 8501, if such a transfer affects students or educational personnel from private schools.

For more information on federal transferability rules, see ESSA, Title V, Section 5103 Transferability of Funds on the U.S. Department of Education Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 web document External link opens in new window or tab. (PDF).

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