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Title III, Part A, Immigrant Students


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 eligible immigrant students. The purpose of the subgrants is to assist immigrant students to acquire English and achieve grade-level and graduation standards. Note: Recipients and funding amounts are subject to budget and administrative adjustments.

Program Questions: Geoffrey Ndirangu, Education Programs Consultant, e-mail: gndirang@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-323-5831

Downloading Questions: Patty Stevens, Associate Governmental Program Analyst, Language Policy and Leadership Office, e-mail: pstevens@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-323-5838

General Information
Document Description
Schedule of the Preliminary Entitlements and Eligibility, FY 2017–18
Preliminary eligibility earmarks for application for funding via Consolidated Application Reporting System (CARS).
Eligibility Requirements
Immigrant eligibility criteria.
Funding Apportionment Payments Schedule of apportionments.
Cash Management Data Collection System A quarterly Web-based data collection for LEAs to report cash balance data in order to receive their apportionments.
Direct Funded
Document Description
Direct Funded Application for New and Expanding Charter Schools, FY 2017-18
E-mail notification of preliminary identification as direct funded eligible 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) Link to CARS application.
General and Program Assurances (DOC) Applicants must certify and accept the assurances as a condition of receiving funding.
Private Schools
Document Description
Private School Participation Request List
Listing of LEAs with private schools requesting to participate in the FY 2017-18 Title III Immigrant Education Student Program Subgrant.
Private School Eligibility List, FY 2017-18 (Coming soon)
Listing of LEAs with private schools that are eligible to request to participate in the FY 2017-18 Title III Immigrant Education Student Program Subgrant.
Student Nation Origin Report (SNOR) Submission - Private School Directors Letter to Select Private School Directors providing instructions for submission of their SNOR.

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Last Reviewed: Monday, November 20, 2017
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