Skip to main content
California Department of Education Logo

Title III Immigrant Student Program

Information and resources from the California Department of Education (CDE) about the education of Immigrant students through the Title III federal program.

Program Overview
Primary purposes and a description of allowable expenditures.

Student National Origin Report (SNOR) Information
Immigrant information required by Title III.

Title III Immigrant Student Demographics
The CDE conducts an annual data collection of immigrant children and youth enrolled in California's public and private schools. The data collection is conducted primarily as a part of the requirements of Title III of the Every Student Succeeds Act.

Private School Participation
How private schools serving immigrant students can qualify for funding.

Title III Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) related to use of Title III funds and program implementation.

Funding

Present and past profiles and apportionment information:

Apportionment notification:

Directory of direct-funded local educational agencies, direct-funded consortium, and private schools entitled to English Learner and Immigrant student program funding.

Expenditure Reporting
Expenditure report forms and related letters for the Title III Immigrant Student Education program.

Questions:   Geoffrey Ndirangu | gndirang@cde.ca.gov | 916-323-5831
Last Reviewed: Thursday, December 27, 2018
Recently Posted in English Learners
  • Updated Reclassification Guidance (added 18-Jan-2019)
    Letter dated January 18, 2019 regarding updated Reclassification Guidance for 2018-19.
  • Multilingual Education (added 17-Jan-2019)
    The resources on this web page offer information on the development, implementation, and location of multilingual programs.
  • Parent Toolkit for Multilingual Education (added 17-Jan-2019)
    The Parent Toolkit includes PowerPoint presentations and printable parent guides in English and Spanish about the benefits of multilingual education, multilingual programs, and how to become involved in their children's education.
  • Spanish Language Development Standards (added 07-Dec-2018)
    The Spanish Language Development Standards are the Spanish translation of the California English Language Development Standards with linguistic augmentations.