Title IIILanguage instruction for English learner and immigrant students.
Accountability Leadership Institute (ALI) for English Learner, Immigrant Student, and Migrant Student Programs
The purpose of this annual two-day institute is to provide Title III technical assistance and professional development to superintendents, administrators, program evaluators and other local leadership. The Institute focuses on best practices related to effective programs, student achievement, and systems of support for English learners.
Title III Data and Data Collection
The California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) is used to collect the number of English learners and the number of immigrant students. Private schools provide their number of immigrant students on the Student National Origin Report (SNOR). This data includes demographics, forms, and instructions.
DataQuest "15% or Above" Report
List of schools that meet the 15% Language Group Requirement
Information and resources to assist local educational agencies (LEAs) regarding parent notification requirements.
Information for the field of what items are authorized for expenditure purposes.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
These are the FAQs about administrative, programmatic, and accountability features of Title III.
Title III EL and Immigrant Student Program Subgrant Timeline
Timeline for the allocation and release of Title III funding.
Title III County Office of Education Regional English Learner Specialists
Title III County Office of Education (COE) Regional English Learner Specialists (formerly known as Title III Regional County Office of Education Leads) provide guidance and support to the local educational agencies (LEAs) within each of the 11 County Superintendent regions focused on the implementation and improvement of Title III programs.
Title III County Office of Education Liaison Agency
The Title III County Office of Education (COE) Liaison Agency communicates information between 11 service regions and other entities participating in the California Statewide System of Support.
The EL Program is to ensure English learners in California, attain English proficiency, develop high levels of academic attainment in English, and meet the same challenging state academic standards as all other students.
EL Program Annual survey required by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act to report on language instruction activities. Response due by Friday, September 14, 2018.
The Immigrant Program provides funding to enhance instructional opportunities for immigrant students and their families and ensure that immigrant students meet the same challenging grade level and graduation standards as mainstream students.
Immigrant Program Annual survey required by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act to report on the participation of immigrant students in Title III programs. Response due by Friday, September 14, 2018.
Notifications to the Field
Supplemental New Fiscal Year 2015 Awards for Immigrant Children and Youth Questions and Answers
Purpose and Availability of funds.
Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Title III, Part A, Reallocation Process
Reallocation process for identifying, reallocating, and distributing excess Title III funds beginning in FY 2010–11.
Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Title III Program Information FY 2010-11 (historical document)
Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA)
OELA provides national leadership to help ensure that English Learners and immigrant students attain English proficiency and achieve academically.
Title III and Title IX Statutes
Complete text of Title III statute and related sections of Title IX.