Skip to main content
California Department of Education Logo

Ins: Title I Part D LEA Allocation and Reservation

Consolidated Application Winter Release instructions for the 2018–19 Title I, Part D Local Educational Agency (LEA) Allocations and Reservations form.
Data Collection Purpose

The purpose of this data collection form is to calculate the total allocation amount available to the local educational agency (LEA) for Title I, Part D Subpart 2, Neglected, Delinquent, and At-Risk Youth, and to report required reservations.


Charges by the district may include indirect costs and any repayment of funds. The maximum reservation allowable for administrative costs is 15 percent, including indirect costs. The 15 percent is to be used for activities or services that are not direct services to students at the school sites. The California Education Code Section 63001 requires LEAs to utilize no less than 85 percent at school sites for direct services to students, regardless of whether the services are centralized, managed by the school, or funded through LEA reservations.

California Department of Education (CDE) Program Staff Contact

Karen Steinhaus
Education Programs Consultant
Title I Policy and Program Guidance Office

Displayed Data - Source Data and Available Allocation

2018–19 Title I, Part D allocation: Source data from the CDE Title I, Parts A and D web page.

Transferred-in amount: Data displays as reported in the same fiscal year Federal Transferability data collection form.

2018–19 Available allocation: The allocation amount plus transferred-in amount.

Step Action Program Instructions
1 Enter the Indirect Cost Reservation.

Optional field. Final approved rates are posted on the CDE Indirect Cost Rates (ICR) web page.

2 Enter the Administrative Reservation. Optional field.
Displayed Data - Adjusted Allocation

2018–19 Title I, Part D adjusted allocation: The available allocation amount minus the indirect cost reservation amount and the administrative reservation amount.

Error Messages
Field Name Error Message Resolution
Not field name specific Administrative and indirect costs reservations cannot exceed 15% of the 2018 available allocation. Ensure that the administrative and indirect costs are appropriate.
Not field name specific Administrative and indirect costs reservations cannot be greater than the available allocation. Reduce reservation amounts as needed.
Not field name specific Federal Transferability must be certified before this submission. Certification dependency. Certify the referenced form before or at the same time as this data collection.
Not field name specific The total available allocation amount must be recalculated. A change has occurred to either the Federal Transferability amount or the Title I, Part D allocation. To recalculate this value and resolve this error, save this submission again. To recalculate this value and resolve this error, save the form.

Back to Table of Contents

Previous | Next

Questions:   ConApp Support Desk | | 916-319-0297
Last Reviewed: Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Recently Posted in Allocations & Apportionments
  • 20–21 Instructional Time and Attendance Overview (added 10-Aug-2020)
    Information related to instructional time and attendance accounting for fiscal year (FY) 2020–21.
  • ESSER Funding (added 07-Aug-2020)
    Provides funding to LEAs through Section 18003 of the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund, to address the impact of COVID-19 on elementary and secondary schools.
  • 2020–21 Advance Apportionment Letter (added 20-Jul-2020)
    Letter to county superintendents of schools, auditors, and treasurers for the 2020–21 advance apportionment.
  • Funding Excel Files, FY 2020–21 Advance (added 20-Jul-2020)
    Apportionment exhibits provide detail of the distribution of funds by either county, district, or charter school for fiscal year (FY) 2020–21 Advance.
  • Advance Apportionment ADA Letter, FY 2020–21 (added 10-Jul-2020)
    Letter dated July xx, 2020 for average daily attendance (ADA) for allocation of supplemental taxes for fiscal year (FY) 2020–21.