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Title III Immigrant Student Program Subgrant

Consolidated Application Title III Immigrant Student Program Subgrant Assurances for fiscal year 2021–22.
Title III Immigrant Student Program Subgrant Assurances

Assurances from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as Amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA):

  1. Each local educational agency (LEA) receiving funds under 20 United States Code (USC) §6825(e)(1) shall use the funds to pay for activities that provide enhanced instructional opportunities for immigrant children and youth, which may include:
    1. Family literacy, parent and family outreach, and training activities designed to assist parents and families to become active participants in the education of their children;
    2. Recruitment of, and support for personnel, including teachers and paraprofessionals who have been specifically trained, or are being trained, to provide services to immigrant children and youth;
    3. Provision of tutorials, mentoring, and academic or career counseling for immigrant children and youth;
    4. Identification, development, and acquisition of curricular materials, educational software, and technologies to be used in the program carried out with awarded funds;
    5. Basic instructional services that are directly attributable to the presence of immigrant children and youth in the LEA involved, including the payment of costs of providing additional classroom supplies, costs of transportation, or such other costs as directly attributable to such additional instructional services;
    6. Other instructional services that are designed to assist immigrant children and youth to achieve in elementary and secondary schools in the United States, such as programs of introduction to the educational system and civics education; and
    7. Activities, coordinated with community-based organizations, institutions of higher education, private sector entities, or other entities with expertise in working with immigrants, to assist parents and families of immigrant children and youth by offering comprehensive community services. (20 USC §6825; Public Law 114-95, §3115(e))
  2. Recommended direct administration expenses for a fiscal year may not exceed 2 percent of such funds for the cost of administering the program. (20 USC §6825; Public Law 114-95, §3115(b))
  3. LEAs are authorized to assess approved indirect costs to the portion of the subgrants that is not reserved for direct administrative costs. A list of approved indirect cost rates is available on the California Department of Education Indirect Cost Rates (ICR) web page.

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