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Title IV, Part A LEA Use of Funds Report

Consolidated Application, Spring Release program instructions for the 2019–20 Title IV, Part A local educational agency (LEA) Use of Funds Report, data collection.
Data Collection Purpose

This form is used to collect the amount of Title IV, Part A funds spent on each of the three content areas for fiscal year (FY) 2019-20. The 2019-20 Title IV, Part A Use of Funds Report data collection form must be completed by all local educational agencies (LEAs) that received 2019-20 Title IV, Part A funds.

Note: This form must be certified annually.

Guidance

For additional information on Title IV, Part A use of funds go to the see the California Department of Education (CDE) Title IV, Part A: SSAE web page.

CDE Program Staff Contact

Federal Programs and Reporting Office
TitleIV@cde.ca.gov

Displayed Data - Allocation and Transfers

2019–20 Title IV, Part A LEA allocation: Source data from the CDE Title IV, Part A web page.

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

Total funds transferred out of Title IV, Part A: Data displays as reported in the same fiscal year Federal Transferability data collection form.

Total LEA Reservations: Sum of indirect cost reservation, administrative reservation, and equitable services for nonprofit private schools in the same fiscal year Title IV, Part A LEA Allocations form.

2019–20 Title IV, Part A LEA adjusted allocation: The LEA allocation amount plus transferred-in amount minus the total funds transferred out of Title IV, Part A minus total LEA reservations.

Procedures
Step Action Program Instructions
1
Enter the YTD amount spent on Well-Rounded. Required field. Enter an amount equal to or greater than zero.
2
Enter the YTD amount spent on Safe and Healthy Students.

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

3
Enter the YTD amount spent on Effective Use of Technology. Required field. Enter an amount equal to or greater than zero.
Displayed Data – Carryover

Carryover as of September 30, 2020: The LEA adjusted allocation amount minus all expenditures.

Error Messages
Field Name Error Message Resolution
Not Field Name Specific All fields are required. If the LEA allocation amount before Transfers and Reservations is equal to or greater than $30,000, then all fields are required.
Carryover Amount Use of funds as of September 30, 2020 must be less than or equal to the Title IV, Part A LEA adjusted allocation. Ensure that the total use of funds does not exceed the LEA adjusted allocation amount.
Effective Use of Technology Effective Use of Technology category use of funds must be no more than 15% of the same fiscal year LEA adjusted allocation. Ensure that the Effective Use of Technology category amount is appropriate.

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