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Title III Immigrant Program Subgrant Budget

Consolidated Application, Spring Release program instructions for the 2020–21 Title III Immigrant Student Program Subgrant Budget data collection.
Data Collection Purpose

The purpose of this form is to provide a proposed budget for 2020–21 Immigrant Student Program Subgrant funds only per the Title III Immigrant Student Program requirements (Every Student Succeeds Act, sections 3114, 3115, and 3116).

Guidance

Only local educational agencies (LEAs) that have 21 or more eligible immigrant students and have experienced a significant increase of 1 percent or greater growth in eligible immigrant student enrollment in the current year, compared with the average of the two preceding fiscal years, are eligible for Title III Immigrant Student Program Subgrant funds. Use your immigrant student count that was provided to the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) for census day of October 2, 2019.

California Department of Education (CDE) Program Staff Contact

Geoffrey Ndirangu
Education Programs Consultant
Language Policy and Leadership Office
gndirang@cde.ca.gov
916-323-5831

Displayed Data – Estimated Immigrant Per Student Allocation

Estimated immigrant per student allocation: Source data provided by the Title III, immigrant fiscal staff.

Procedures – Estimated Immigrant Student Count
Step Action Program Instructions

1

Enter an Estimated Immigrant Student Count.

Required field. The count entered must be greater than zero. Use your immigrant student count that was provided to the CALPADS for census day of October 2, 2019.

Displayed Data – Estimated Immigrant Student Program Allocation

Estimated immigrant student program allocation: The estimated immigrant per student allocation multiplied by the estimated immigrant student count.

Procedures – Budget Amounts
Step Action Program Instructions

2

Enter an Authorized Activities amount.

Required field. Enter an amount equal to or greater than zero.

3 Enter a Direct Administrative Costs amount.

Required field. Enter an amount equal to or greater than zero. The amount entered should not exceed 2 percent of the estimated immigrant student program allocation.

4 Enter an Indirect Costs amount.

Required field. Enter an amount equal to or greater than zero. The amount entered should not exceed the portion of the estimated immigrant student program allocation that is not reserved for direct administrative costs, multiplied by the LEA's approved indirect cost rate (ICR) as published on the CDE ICR web page.

Displayed Data – Total Budget

Total budget: The sum of all budget item amounts.

Error Messages
Field Name Error Message Resolution

Direct Administrative Costs Amount

The direct administrative costs amount should not exceed 2 percent of the estimated immigrant student program allocation amount, this may be reviewed by CDE program staff to determine reasonableness.

Warning only. If appropriate, then reduce the amount entered to be no more than 2 percent of the estimated immigrant student program allocation amount.

Total Allocation Budget Amount

The total budget amount must equal the estimated immigrant student program allocation amount.

Adjust one or more budget item amounts so that the total budget equals the estimated immigrant student program allocation amount.

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Last Reviewed: Thursday, August 12, 2021
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