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Early Education Teacher Development Grant Erratum


Erratum #1

Early Education Teacher Development (EETD) Grant Request for Applications (RFA)

To all prospective applicants:

  • This erratum hereby revises the Overview and Instructions Document, as follows:

Important Dates

Section V: Allocation Priority table

*Dates are subject to change.

RFA Location Original Language in RFA New Wording in Revised RFA
EETD RFA Cover Page
Page 1
Application Due Date:
May 13, 2022
Application Due Date:
5 p.m. May 27, 2022
Application Timeline
Page 7
Application due
May 13, 2022

Application due by 5 p.m.
May 27, 2022

Application Timeline
Page 7
Application Checklist Screening Review
May 6-13, 2022
Application Checklist Screening Review
May 27- June 3, 2022
Application Timeline
Page 7
Notification of Eligibility sent
May 25, 2022
Notification of Eligibility sent
June 8, 2022
Application Timeline
Page 7
Appeals due by 5 p.m.
June 6, 2022
Appeals due by 5 p.m.
June 20, 2022
Application Timeline
Page 7
Appeals Review
June 6-20, 2022
Appeals Review
June 20- July 4, 2022
Application Timeline
Page 7
Final Funding Awards posted
June 20, 2022
Final Funding Awards posted
July 4, 2022
Application Timeline
Page 7
Grant Award Notification (GAN) sent to eligible applicants for review and signature
June 20, 2022
Grant Award Notification (GAN) sent to eligible applicants for review and signature
July 4, 2022

Application Timeline
Page 7
Signed GANs due to CDE
July 5, 2022
Signed GANs due to CDE
July 19, 2022
Application Process
Page 7
All applicants must submit one application by Friday, May 13, 2022 to CDE via Snap Survey All applicants must submit one application by Friday, 5 p.m. May 27, 2022 to CDE via Snap Survey
Application Process
Page 8

Submissions received beyond May 13, 2022, and submissions from applicants that did not submit an LOI on time, will not be considered.

Submissions received beyond 5 p.m. May 27, 2022, and submissions from applicants that did not submit an LOI on time, will not be considered.

Section V. Allocation Priority
Page 17

NA Note: Data sources listed in the table below are recommendations; applicants that have chosen to use other reliable data sets may do so.
Allocation Priority
Page 17
The extent to which the LEA or consortium is located in a county(ies) that has more than three young children, three to five years of age, inclusive, for every licensed childcare slot.*

Provide either a yes or no response.

The extent to which the local educational agency (LEA) or consortium is located in a county that has more than three young children, three to five years of age, inclusive, for every licensed child care slot.

Provide either a yes or no response.  To determine whether the answer is a yes or a no, find your county's overall population numbers in year 2021, which can be found in the report P-2B County Population by Age, available at the Department of Finance’s web page External link opens in new window or tab. . Select the ages three-, and then four-, and five-year-old children and add them together.

Divide the total number of children projected for the year 2021 by the number of licensed child care slots (including centers and small and large family child care homes) from the California Department of Social Services web page External link opens in new window or tab. .

If applying as a Lead agency with consortium members, please provide a yes if at least one of its consortium members can answer yes to this question.
Allocation Priority
Page 18
What percentage of children will be served in the 2021–22 fiscal year by age?

Provide the percentage of children that will be served in 2021–22 by the following ages: three, four, and five. Applicants will use the definitions of ages from EC Section 8208 (ai) and (aj).

What percentage of children will be served in the 2021–22 fiscal year (FY) by age?

Provide the percentage of children that will be served in 2021–22 by the following ages: three, four, and five. Applicants will use the definitions of ages from Education Code (EC) Section 8208 (ai) and (aj).

Find your county's overall population numbers in year 2021, which can be found in the report

P-2B County Population by Age, available at the Department of Finance web page External link opens in new window or tab. . Select the ages three-, and then four-, and five-year-old children and add them together.

Divide the number of children projected for the year 2021 in your county by the number of children that will be served by the LEA or consortium in 2021–22 by age (either three-, four- or five-year-old children as applicable below).

Allocation Priority
Page 18
Three-year-old children

Provide the percentage of three-year-old children that will be served.
Three-year-old children

Provide the percentage of three-year-old children that will be served.
Allocation Priority
Page 18
Four-year-old children

Provide the percentage of four-year-old children that will be served.
Four-year-old children

Provide the percentage of four-year-old children that will be served.
Allocation Priority
Page 18
Five-year-old children

Provide the percentage of five-year-old children that will be served.
Five-year-old children

Provide the percentage of five-year-old children that will be served.
Allocation Priority
Page 18
What percentage of children were eligible for Free and Reduced-price Meals (FRPM) in TK and K in the 2019–20 school year?

Provide the percentage of children who were eligible for FRPM in TK and K for the 2019–20 school year.
What percentage of children were eligible for Free and Reduced-price Meals (FRPM) in Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten (K) in the 2019–20 school year?

Provide the percentage of children who were eligible for FRPM in TK and K for the 2019–20 school year.

Identify the number of K (which is inclusive of TK) children that received FRPM in 2019–20 by using the CDE’s FRPM Data web page. which has data on the pupils eligible for FRPM by county of service.

Divide the number of K students that received FRPM by the K enrollment for 2019–20.

 

Allocation Priority
Page 18
What percentage of English learner children had dual language status is TK and K in the 2019–20 school year?

Provide the percentage of children who had dual language status in TK and K for the 2019–20 school year.
What percentage of English learner children had dual language status in TK and K in the 2019–20 school year?

Provide the percentage of children who had dual language status in TK and K for the 2019–20 school year.

Identify the number of K (which is inclusive of TK) children that that were identified as an English Learner in 2019–20 by using the English Learner report that can be accessed on the CDE’s DataQuest web page.

Divide the number of English Learners in 2019–20 by the total K enrollment for 2019–20.

Please Note: The statute used the term of dual language, and the data available is titled English Learner.Also, there is no data on three-year-old children on the English learner data report.

Allocation Priority
Page 18
What percentage of children with disabilities will be served in the 2021–22 fiscal year?

Provide the percentage of three-, four-, and five-year-old children with disabilities, as defined by having either an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).
What percentage of children with disabilities will be served in the 2021–22 FY?

Provide the percentage of three-, four-, and five-year-old children with disabilities, as defined by having either an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) during FY 2021–22.

Find this percentage by first finding CDE’s Annual Enrollment Data total for K grade (which is also inclusive of TK), which can be found by accessing CDE’s DataQuest web page.

Then locate your enrollment data for three-year-old children for your LEA or LEA with consortium members.

Next, use DataQuest to create a report showing the percentage of Students with Disabilities or Special Education for ages three-, four-, and five-year-old children.  

Allocation Priority
Page 18
Does the LEA or consortium operate in an attendance area where a significant disproportionality of particular races or ethnicities, as described in Section 1418(d) of Title 20 of the United States Code, has been identified in special education?

Provide either a yes or no response.
Does the LEA or consortium operate in an attendance area where a significant disproportionality of particular races or ethnicities, as described in Section 1418(d) of Title 20 of the United States Code, has been identified in special education?

Provide either a yes or no response.

An applicant can find this by using the CDE’s 2021 Significant Disproportionality.

If applying as a Lead agency with consortium members, please provide a yes if at least one of its consortium members operates in such an attendance area.

Allocation Priority
Page 18
What percentage of children will be served in the 2021–22 fiscal year by the following program types?

Provide the percentage of children that will be served by the following program types: CSPP Part-Day, CSPP Full-Day, TK Part-Day, TK Full-Day, K Part-Day, and K Full-Day.
What percentage of children will be served in the 2021–22 FY by the following program types?

Provide the percentage of children that will be served by the following program types: CSPP Part-Day, CSPP Full-Day, TK Part-Day, TK Full-Day, K Part-Day, and K Full-Day.

Find your county's overall population numbers in year 2021, which can be found in the report P-2B County Population by Age, available at the Department of Finance web page External link opens in new window or tab. . Select the ages three-, and then four-, and five-year-old children and add them together.

Divide the number of children projected for the year 2021 in your county by the number of children that will be served by the LEA or consortium in 2021-22 by program type (either CSPP Part-Day, CSPP Full-Day, TK Part-Day, TK Full-Day, K Part-Day, and K Full-Day as applicable below).

Allocation Priority
Page 18
CSPP Part-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be and are served in CSPP Part-Day.
CSPP Part-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be and are served in CSPP Part-Day.
Allocation Priority
Page 18
CSPP Full-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be and are served in CSPP Full-Day.
CSPP Full-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be served in CSPP Full-Day.
Allocation Priority
Page 18
TK Part-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be and are served in TK Part-Day.
CSPP Full-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be served in TK Part-Day.
Allocation Priority
Page 18
TK Full-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be and are served in TK Full-Day.
TK Full-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be served in TK Full-Day.
Allocation Priority
Page 19
K Part-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be and are served in K Part-Day.
K Part-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be served in K Part-Day.
Allocation Priority
Page 19
K Full-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be and are served in K Full-Day.
K Full-Day

Provide the percentage of children that will be served in K Full-Day.

 

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Questions:   Alana Pinsler | UPKWorkforceRFA@cde.ca.gov
Last Reviewed: Friday, May 13, 2022
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