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Title III English Learner Student Subgrant, Fiscal Year 2019-20


Note: The due date for the request for applications has passed. This page is for reference and administration of funding.

Funding is made available to eligible local educational agencies (LEAs) to provide supplementary programs and services to English learner (EL) students, known as English learners. The purpose of the subgrants is to assist EL students to acquire English and meet grade-level achievement and graduation goals. Note: Recipients and funding amounts are subject to budget and administrative adjustments. Late applicants will be funded based on availability of funds.

Program Questions: Geoffrey Ndirangu, Education Programs Consultant, Language Policy and Leadership Office, email: Gndirang@cde.ca.gov, phone: 916-323-5831

Downloading Questions: Kevin Webb, Associate Governmental Program Analyst, Language Policy and Leadership Office, email: kwebb@cde.ca.gov, by phone at 916-323-5838

Funding Year (FY) 2019–20 General Information
Document Description
Schedule of the Preliminary Entitlements and Eligibility, FY 2019–20
Link to the preliminary eligibility earmarks for application for funding via Consolidated Application Reporting System (CARS) or Consortium Online Application (COA).
Eligibility Requirements, FY 2019–20
Link to the EL eligibility criteria.
Funding Apportionment Payments Link to the schedule of apportionments.
Cash Management Data Collection System External link opens in new window or tab. Link to a required quarterly Web-based data collection for LEAs to report cash balance data in order to receive their apportionments.
Private Schools Consultation A sample private school participation letter.
Direct Funded
Document Description
Direct Funded Supplemental Application for New and Expanding Charter Schools, FY 2019–20
Read the email notification of preliminary identification as direct-funded eligible for new and expanding charter schools from this link. Timeline is modified for new and expanding charter schools.
Funding Application Instructions and Guidance
Direct-funded eligible LEAs must complete the CARS application to receive funding.
Consolidated Application and Reporting System (CARS) External link opens in new window or tab. Link to the CARS application.
General and Program Assurances (DOCX) Applicants must certify and accept the assurances as a condition of receiving funding.
Consortium Application Components
Document Description
Consortium Supplemental Application for New and Expanding Charter Schools, FY 2019–20
Read the email notification of preliminary identification as a consortium-funded eligible LEA. This is for new and expanding charter schools.
Consortium Password/PIN Notification Letter
Read the email notification that contains the information required for the COA.
COA Instructions Instructions for completion of the COA for EL Student Program Subgrant.
Title III COA - EL External link opens in new window or tab. May 15–July 31, 2019 Link to the COA.
EL Program Subgrant Consortium Assurances (DOCX) Applicants must certify and accept the assurances as a condition of receiving funding.
General and Program Assurances (DOCX) Applicants must certify and accept the assurances as a condition of receiving funding.

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Last Reviewed: Thursday, January 16, 2020
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