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Funding Results

Title I, Part A, Fiscal Year 2019-20


Note: Recipients and funding amounts are subject to budget and administrative adjustments.

Title I, Part A, Basic Grant allocations, apportionments, and letters detailing funding information for fiscal year 2019–20.

Program Questions: Title I Policy, Program, and Support Office, email: TitleI@cde.ca.gov

Fiscal Questions: Leslie Sharp, email: LSharp@cde.ca.gov


Apportionment Overview

Title I, Part A, 2019–20 Overview
Information about the program, allocation and apportionments, grant award identification, applicable federal rules and regulations, and the grant award period.

Allocations

Schedule of Title I, Part A, 2019–20 Allocations (XLSX; Sep-2020)

Apportionments

Fifth Apportionment

Letter of the Fifth Apportionment 1-Oct-2020
Schedule of the Fifth Apportionment (XLSX)

Fourth Apportionment

Letter of the Fourth Apportionment 10-Jun-2020
Schedule of the Fourth Apportionment (XLSX)

Third Apportionment

Letter of the Third Apportionment 6-Mar-2020
Schedule of the Third Apportionment (XLSX)

Second Apportionment

Letter of the Second Apportionment 12-Dec-2019
Schedule of the Second Apportionment (XLSX)

First Apportionment

Letter of the First Apportionment 25-Sep-2019
Schedule of the First Apportionment (XLSX)

More about Title I, Part A, Fiscal Year 2019-20

Last Reviewed: Tuesday, October 6, 2020
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