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TITLE I TITLE IITITLE IIITITLE IVTITLE V CHARTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMCKINNEY-VENTOHIGH ABILITY
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Grant
Title I(a): Basic ProgramsTitle I(a): SIG 1003Title I(a): SIG 1003(g)Title I(c): MigrantTitle I(d): DelinquentTitle II(a): Supporting Effective InstructionTitle III: English LearnersTitle IV(a): SSAETitle IV(b): 21st CLCCTitle V(a): RLISTitle V(b:) SRSACSP: Quality CountsCSP: Quality Counts Charter Schools Innovation GrantCSP: Quality Counts Authorizers Innovation GrantsMcKinney-Vento Education for Homeless Children and Youth Program - Supplemental Funds Sub GrantHigh Ability
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Activities
Instruction (direct services)
Support Services (direct services)
Improvement of Instruction (PD)
Other Support Services (Admin)
Operation and Maintenance
Transportation
Community Service Operations
Transfers
Effective Leadership
Effective Instruction
Student Supports
Leadership Development
Improvement of Instruction (PD)
Extended Learning Time
Family Engagement
Climate and Culture
Comprehensive Instructional Reform
Administration
Professional Development
Family & Community Engagement
Equipment and Software
Instructional Materials and Supplies
Instruction (direct services)
Support Services (direct services)
Improvement of Instruction (PD)
Other Support Services (Admin)
Operation and Maintenance
Transportation
Community Service Operations
Transition Services
Title II(a): Supporting Effective InstructionProfessional Development
Family and Community Engagement
Tech Equipment and Software (Supplemental)
Instructional Materials and Supplies (Supplemental)
Personnel (Supplemental)
Well-rounded Educational Opportunities
Social and Emotional Supports
Effective Technology Use & Integration 
Tutoring & Mentoring
Academic Enrichment
Service Learning
Character Education
Physical Education & Recreational
Activities
Drop-out Prevention
Parental Engagement
Activities authorized under:
Title I, Part A
Title II, Part A
Title III
Title IV, Part A
Parental Involvement
Activities authorized under:
Title I, Part A
Title II, Part A
Title III
Title IV, Part A
Title IV, Part B
Operation of New, Replicating, and Expanded High-quality Charter Schools
Personnel
Fringe Benefits
Travel
Property & Equipment
Supplies
Contractual
Supporting All Students
Profession Development
Licensing
Instructional Supplies & Technology
Parent, Family & Community Outreach and Empowerment
Building Quality Capacity
(via Innovation, Incubation, Expansion, Replication, & Improvement)

Suggestions include (but not limited to):
Innovative Practices for Coordination of Incubation Efforts
Facility Renovations & Acquisitions
Financial Servies (i.e., Auditing & Accounting)
Schools Needs Assessments
Implementation of Early Learning
School Evaluations
Support Services (direct); Improvement of Instruction (PD); Other Support (admin / salary/benefits); Transportation; General Supplies; Purchased Services (contracted)Curriculum and Instruction (Direct services)
Improvement of Services (PD)
Identification Tools and Materials 
Instructional Materials and Supplies
Family & Community Engagement
Transportation
Personnel
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Type
LEA FormulaSchool Formula for 1st Year CSI Schools; School Competitive for Implementation GrantsSchool CompetitiveSEA FormulaState Agency (IDOC) & LEA FormulaLEA FormulaLEA FormulaLEA FormulaCompetitiveLEA FormulaLEA FormulaSchool CompetitiveSchool Competitive FormulaLEA / Consortium CompetitiveLEA Formula
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Eligibility

LEA Eligibilty: determined by four statutory forumulas (see LEA Formula note above)

LEA Allocation = Sum of four statutory formulas minus SEA reservations/set-asides

School Eligiblity: 35% low income (F/R Poverty),
Or school poverty rate greater than LEA avg. poverty rate,
Schools with a poverty percentage of 75 percent or higher must be served.
Comprehensive Support & Improvement (CSI):
Lowest 5% of Title I schools in state, or Title I F Schools, whichever is greater
Any Public HS that fails to graduate 1/3 or > of students
Title I schools in which any subgroup, on its own, would be ID'd as lowest-performing 5% and has not improved
Title I Served,
Focus and Priority,
1st time D or F Schools (2016)
Discontinued w/ ESSA
Identified Migrant Regional CentersState Agency
Neglected or Delinquent program within the LEA
Educational Program in an N or D Institution,
N or D Community Day Program,
Adult Correctional Institution
 
LEAs
LEAs,
Nonpublic Schools within geographical boundaries of participating LEAs
Must have received Title I Funding in the previous funding cycle
Traditional Public Schools,
Public Charter Schools
D or F Schools
OR
40% or more of Free/Reduced Lunch
20% or > of children served (ages 5-17) are from families with incomes below the census poverty line
AND
All schools served have a locale code of 32, 33, 41, or 43
The total number of students in average daily attendance at all of the schools served by the LEA is fewer than 600
OR
Each county in which a school served by the LEA is located has a total population density of fewer than 10 people per square mile;
AND
All of the schools served by the LEA are designated with a school locale code of 41, 42, or 43, as determined by the Secretary of Education
OR
The LEA is located in an area determined to be “rural” by a governmental agency of the State
Public Charter Schools (A or B Schools) Public Charter Schools (All)All AuthorizersLEAs serving regionally impacted students- Collaborative Consortium applicant must include a minimum of one lead LEA, one partnering LEA and two community partners with no maximum members for inclusionLEAs
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Length
15 months1 year4-5 years27 months1 year27 months27 months27 months4 years27 months15 monthsUp to 5 years; Minimum of 2 years2 years2 years3 years; program application and budget submitted annually1 year
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NonPub Share
Funding follows Title-eligible students who reside in participating public school attendance areas
N/AN/ASub-grantees directly provide services to students, regardless of school enrollmentN/ANonpublic schools are entitled to per-pupil funding of an equitable share from public LEAs;
Funding is based on geographical LEA boundaries rather than student residence
Nonpublic schools are entitled to per-pupil funding of an equitable share from participating public LEAs;
Funding is based on geographical LEA boundaries rather than student residence

Nonpublic schools are entitled to per-pupil funding of an equitable share from participating public LEAs;
Funding is based on geographical LEA boundaries rather than student residence
Sub-grantees are required to consult Nonpublic schools within a 5 mile radius of each program site during their application process. If interested in participating in the out-of-school time program, sub-grantees directly provide services to nonpublic students.N/AN/AN/AN/AN/ATBD by inclusion in sub grant applicationN/A
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Important Dates
Application Deadline:  July 1
Grants Reviewed:  July-November
Amendment Deadline:  May 30
Encumbrance Deadline:  September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement Deadline:  December 15
Local Methodology: December 10
Application Deadline:  September 30
Grants Reviewed:  October-December
Amendment Deadline:  September 1
Encumbrance:  September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement:  December 15
Application Deadline:  N/A
Grants Reviewed:  N/A
Amendment Deadline:  September 1
Encumbrance:  September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement:  see grant or contract
Application Deadline:  August 31
Grants Reviewed:  September 30
Amendment Deadline:  September 15
Encumbrance:  September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement:  December 15
Application Deadline:  July 1
Grants Reviewed:  July-September
Amendment Deadline:  May 30
Encumbrance:  September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement: December 15
Application Deadline:  August 31
Grants Reviewed:  September.-December
Amendment Deadline:  September 1
Encumbrance:  September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement:  December 15
Application Deadline: August 31
Grants Reviewed: September 1 - 30
Amendment Deadline: September 15 
Encumbrance: September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement: December 15
Application Deadline: August 31st
Grants Reviewed:
August 31st- September 31st
Amendment Deadline:
September 1
Encumbrance:
September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement: 
December 15
Application Deadline: Varies; Cohort 10 Application due August 12, 2020; Cohort 11 Application to be release February 2021
Grants Reviewed: Varies; Cohort 10 Application reviewed August 2020; Cohort 11 Application to be reviewed August 2021
Amendment Deadline: July 15
Encumbrance: July 31
Reimbursement: September 30
Application Deadline: August 31
Grants Reviewed: September - October
Amendment Deadline: September 1
Encumbrance: September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement: December 15
Application Window:
February 20 - April 20, 2018

Application Deadline: Summer 2018
Grants Reviewed: Summer 2018
Amendment Deadline: TBD
Encumbrance: September 30
Reimbursement: November 30
Expenditure: December 15
Application Deadline: May 1, 2018
Grants Reviewed: June 1, 2018
Amendment Deadline: May 1, 2020
Encumbrance: June 1, 2020
Reimbursement: August 1, 2020
Expenditure: August 15, 2020
Application Deadline: Summer 2018
Grants Reviewed: Summer 2018
Amendment Deadline: May 1, 2020
Encumbrance: June 1, 2020
Reimbursement: August 1, 2020
Expenditure: August 15, 2020
Application Deadline: April/May 2020
Grants Awarded: July 2020
Amendment Deadline: September 1
Encumbrance: September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement: December 15
Application Deadline:  August 31
Grants Reviewed: July-November
Amendment Deadline: September 15
Encumbrance Deadline: September 30
Expenditure/Reimbursement Deadline: December 15
Final Report: December 31
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ResourcesTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle IV Focus Area InfographicCLCC Allowable Activities GuidanceTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookTitle Grants and Support HandbookIDOE M-V Sub Grant ResourcesTitle Grants and Support Handbook
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Title Grants Budget Reference Title Grants Budget ReferenceTitle Grants Budget ReferenceTitle Grants Budget ReferenceTitle Grants Budget ReferenceTitle Grants Budget ReferenceTitle Grants Budget ReferenceTitle IV Resource Guide 21st CCLC Policy ManualTitle Grants Budget ReferenceTitle Grants Budget ReferenceTitle Grants Budget ReferenceTitle Grants Budget ReferenceTitle Grants Budget ReferenceHigh Ability Grant Budget Planning
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Title I(a) AppendixSIG Model OverviewMigrant Education Program (MEP): The BasicsTitle II(a) FAQ'sIDOE English Learner GuidebookTitle IV Toolkit21st CCLC Grantee SpotlightEligible Schools List
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Ombudsman ResourcesTitle II Non-Reg GuidanceSSAE Allowable Activities GuidanceApplicant Information
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SubmissionsTitle I App Center
Application
Amendments
Comparability
Final Expenditure
Reimbursement
Application: 1003a@doe.in.gov  Amendments: Dwayne MarshallIndiana Migrant Education ProgramApplication & Amendments: Title I App CenterAmendments: t2a@doe.in.govApplication & Amendments: titleiii@doe.in.govApplication Submission: JOTFORMList of current 21st CCLC GranteesUS Department of Ed.2019-22 MV Supplemental Funds RFPApplication
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Amendments: Title I App CenterFor amendments, please refer to your current year Excel budget file.For MRCs: User Guide and ApplicationApplication Submission: JOTFORMFY19 ApplicationAmendment
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FFY 2019 Title II A Request for AmendmentFY19 BudgetCash Request Form
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FFY 2018 Title II A Request for Amendment
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Reporting FormsTitle I Staffing Report MEP SurveyTitle I, Part D Final Report: Nathan WilliamsonTitle II A ReimbursementTitle III Reimbursement FormFY19 Amendment FormAll 21st CCLC Reporting formsMcKinney Vento Supplemental Funds Reimbursement Form 2019-2020Final Report
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DOE - TI ReportTitle III Request for AmendmentFY18 Amendment FormMcKinney Vento Supplemental Funds Grant Budget Amendment Request Form 2019-2020
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Title I Comparability - TI App CenterFFY 2017 Title II A Final Expenditure ReportTitle III Financial End ReportFY18 FEREnd of Year Report 2018-2019 Excel
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Title I Reimbursement - TI App CenterFFY 2018 Title II A Final Expenditure ReportTitle III Annual Performance Report
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Title I Final Expenditure - TI App CenterAll forms are shared through Learning Connection.
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Reporting ContactsTitle I Staffing Report: Dwayne MarshallAssigned Federal Grants SpecialistSIG 1003(g): Dwayne MarshallMigrant Education Specialist: Emily SalinasTitle I, Part D Final Report: Nathan WilliamsonTitle II(a) Reimbursement - title2a@doe.in.govAssigned Federal Grants SpecialistTitle IV, A Specialist: Lacey Bohlen21st CCLC Specialist: Erin BuskCharter School Grant Specialist: Beatriz PachecoCharter School Grant Specialist: Beatriz PachecoCharter School Grant Specialist: Beatriz PachecoHomeless Education Specialist: Gina WoodwardHigh Ability Specialist: Whitney Coake
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DOE-TI Report:  Adis CoulibalyNeglected & Delinquent Annual Survey Count: Meg RichertTitle II(a) Final Expenditure Report - t2a@doe.in.govTitle IV, A Specialist: Laura Blaydes21st CCLC Specialist: Christen PetersonCharter School Grant Specialist: Amreen VoraCharter School Grant Specialist: Amreen VoraCharter School Grant Specialist: Amreen VoraBudget/Financial/Grant Documentation: homeless@doe.in.gov
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Title I Comparability Report: Federal Grants SpecialistTitle II(a) Amendments - t2a@doe.in.govAssigned Federal Grants Specialist
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#N/AAssigned Federal Grants Specialist
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