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Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA)


ESEA has been the major Federal funding mandate for public schools. This page will be updated periodically, as these programs transition to ESSA.

Title I-A

Improving Basic Programs

Title I-C

Migrant Education

Title I-D

Neglected and Delinquent or At-Risk Children

Title II-A

Supporting Effective Instruction

Title III

English Learners and Immigrant Youth

Title IV-A

Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grant

Title IV-B

21st Century Community Learning Centers

Title IV-C

Charter Schools

Title V-A

Funding Flexibility

Title V-B

Rural Education Achievement Program (REAP)

Title VI-A

Indian, Native Hawaiian and Alaska Native Education

McKinney-Vento Act

Education of Homeless Children and Youth Program (formerly Title X)

ESEA Federal Monitoring

ESEA Title IA, IIA, VI-B and X-C Monitoring verifies that grantees are meeting federal requirements as well as provide technical assistance in areas the district need additional support.

ESEA Maintenance of Effort

Federal funds have guidelines and requirements that must be followed to ensure fiscal accountability and program compliance.

ESEA Allocations

ESEA Federal Title Program Allocations

Federal Program Learning Opportunities

Current conference information and materials are posted on this page as appropriate.

CIP Budget Narrative/Spending Workbook

The CIP Budget Narrative/Spending Workbook meets some of the requirements for the release of Federal funds. It describes how Federal funds will supplement District funds and programs and captures how ESEA and Perkins funds will be spent to support the attainment of the Districts’ improvement goals.

Continuous Improvement Planning (CIP)

Schools and districts in Oregon are called upon to engage in continuous improvement work to improve outcomes for students.

Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program

Information regarding the Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program and the State of Oregon's role in the program.

Private School Participation Under ESEA

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, provides benefits to private school students, teachers and other education personnel, including those in religiously affiliated schools. This law was recently reauthorized as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and signed into law on December 10, 2015.

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