Arizona Federal Funding For Education

AWARD201320142015BREAK-DOWN
GRANTS/APPROPRIATIONSSUMMARYPERIODAMOUNTAMOUNTAMOUNTDOWN
Title I – IMPROVING THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF THE DISADVANTAGED
Part A – Improving Basic ProgramsTo assist LEA’s and schools improve the teaching methods and provide additional assistance to children failing or most at-risk of failing and helping them meet the challenging State academic standards.07/01/08 – 09/30/09$316,464,022$311,044,753$325,175,4115% Admin / 95% Assistance
Preschool Development GrantsTo build or enhance a preschool infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children and to expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year olds from low- and modrate-income families.01/01/15-12/31/18$21,368,177
Arizona Charter School Incentive ProgramTo increase the number of high quality charter schools in Arizona, particularly those serving students most at risk in rural and urban settings. To inprove student achievement to high academic standards in AZCSIP schools; and to improve high school student achievement and gradulation rates in AZCSIP schools.08/09/09-07/29/16$46,549,3675% Admin / 95% Assistance
Part C – Educ of Migratory ChildrenSupports high-quality and comprehensive educational programs for migrant children. Ensure that they have the same advantages to curriculum, graduation requirement and academic achievement standards as all children.07/01/14-09/30/16$6,871,033$6,520,996$6,505,7501% Admin / 19% Tech Assist / 99% Assist
Migrant Education Coordination Programs – MEP Consortium Incentive GrantsCoordination funds are used to carry out activities to improve the interstate and intrastate coordination of migrant education programs.07/01/14-09/30/16$60,000$60,000$60,000100% Admin
Part D -Prevention & Intervention Programs – Neglected, Delinquent or At-Risk YouthTo provide education continuity for children and youth in State-run institutions for juveniles and in adult correctional institutions, so they can make success transitions to school or employment when released.07/01/14-09/30/16$1,509,492$1,342,443$1,551,6515% Admin 95% Assist
Title 1-G – Advanced Placement Test Fee ProgramProvides grants to states to enable them to pay Advanced Placement (AP) test fees for low-income students.09/01/14-08/31/15$701,728$704,137100%
School Improvement GrantsTo assist schools identified for improvement, corrective action, and restructuring. Funds are used for the purpose of strengthening the capacity of States to carry out their program improvement responsibilities.07/01/14-09/30/16$10,951,714$10,841,973$10,657,7375% Admin/ 95% Assist
Title II – PREPARING, TRNG & RECRUITING HIGH QUALITY TEACHERS & PRINCIPALS
Math & Science PartnershipsTo improve the content knowledge of teachers and the performance of students in the areas of mathematics and science by encouraging states, IHEs, LEAs, and elementary and secondary schools.07/01/14-09/30/16$3,410,418$3,457,398$3,583,105
Part A – Improving Teacher QualityTo ensure that all teachers are highly qualified to teach and held accountable to the public for improvements in academic achievement. Funds may be used for recruitment & hiring, professional development, and teacher retention.07/01/14-09/30/16$37,314,835$34,751,804$34,705,6161% Admin / 1.5% State Act / 2.5% Prtnrshps / 95% Assist
Part B – Improving Teacher Quality – PartnershipsProvide research-based professional development in the core academic subjects to teachers, principals and highly qualified paraprofessionals.07/01/14-09/30/16$1,005,956$940,911$939,739100% Assist
Race to the TopThe program supports bold, locally directed improvements in learning and teaching that will directly improve student achievement. The program is aimed squarely at classrooms and the all-important relationship between educators and students.12/22/11-12/22/15
Arizona K-12 SLDS ProjectTo design, develop, and implement a statewide, longitudinal kindergarten through grade 12 (K-12) data system.07/01/12-06/30/15$4,966,705
Title III – LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION FOR LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENT & IMMIGRANT STUDENTS
Part A – English Language AcquisitionTo ensure that limited English proficient children and youth, attain English proficiency and meet the same achievement standards as all children are expected to meet.07/01/14-09/30/16$18,302,619$15,353,660$15,178,12060% of 5% Admin / 40% of 5% / Tech Assist / 95% Assist
Title IV – 21st CENTURY SCHOOLS
Part B – Drug-Free Schools & CommunitiesTo offer a disciplined environment conducive to learning by preventing violence at schools and strengthen programs that prevent the illegal use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs.10/01/10-09/30/15$23,076,62026% Admin / 74% Assist
Drug-Free Schools & Communities (School Emergency Management Programs – Admin)To provide competitive grants to State educational agencies (SEAs) to increase their capacity to assist local educational agencies (LEA’s by training and techinical assistance in the development and implementation of high-quality school emergency operations plans (EOPS).10/01/14-03/31/16$577,154Admin/Assist
Part B – 21st Century Community Learning Centers (After school learning center award)To enable rural and inner city schools to plan, implement or expand projects that benefit the educational, health, social service, cultural and recreational needs of their community.07/01/14-09/30/16$24,304,715$21,808,442$25,045,3862% Admin / 3% Tech Assist / 95% AssIst
Title VI – FLEXIBILITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
Part A-1 – Improving Academic Achievement, Accountability, Grants for State AssessmentsTo support the development of the additional State assessments and standards required by NCLB. Support activities to ensure that the schools and LEA’s are held accountable for results.07/01/14-09/30/16$7,753,124$7,357,664$7,566,409100% Admin
Part B-2 – Rural Education Initiative: Rural & Low-Income SchoolsProvides financial assistance to rural districts to carry out activities to help improve the quality of teaching and learning in their schools.10/01/14-09/30/16$1,019,039$933,956$905,1525% Admin / 95% Assist
Title X – Part C HOMELESS EDUCATION
Homeless Children & YouthTo ensure that homeless children have equal access to the same free and appropriate public education as other children.07/01/14-09/30/16$1,330,033$1,372,486$1,422,92925% Admin / 75% Assist
INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT
Special Education – Grants to StatesTo assist in providing a free appropriate public education to all children with disabilities.07/01/14-09/30/16$188,056,142$177,430,055$188,142,357<5% Admin / <20% Setaside / >75% Assist
Special Education – Preschool GrantsTo assist in providing a free appropriate public education to preschool children with disabilities.07/01/14-09/30/16$5,233,837$4,887,239$4,887,247<5% Admin / <20% Setaside / >75% Assist
Navajo Nation Special EducationTo assist in providing a free appropriate public education to all children with disabilities.07/01/12-06/30/17$231,000$117,750All Assist
VOCATIONAL & TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CARL PERKINS ACT OF 1998)
Vocational Education-Basic GrantFunds help expand and improve the programs of vocational education and provide equal access in vocational education to special needs populations. Those assisted range from secondary students in pr-vocational courses through adults who need retraining to adapt to changing technological and labor market conditions.07/01/14-09/30/16$24,305,238$22,459,217$24,394,6075% Admin /10.5 Statewide/ 1% Corrections/8.5% State Leadership/75% Assist
Adult Education – FederalTo provide adults with education and literacy services to enable them to acquire employment, become partners in the educational development of their children and acquire a secondary school education.07/01/14-09/30/16$11,912,398$11,255,744$11,318,1195% Admin / 12.5% State Leadership / 82.5% Assist
National Vocational Education ResearchTo support research, evaluation, information dissemination, and other activities aimed at improving the quality and effectiveness of career and technical education.10/01/13-09/30/14$109,983$250,000Admin/Assist
USDA – FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
State Administrative Expenses (SAE)Supports the administration costs of the State Agency in administering the Child Nutrition Programs10/01/14-09/30/15$5,105,211$5,404,173100% Admin
School Breakfast ProgramProvides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free breakfasts to children each school day to promote learning readiness and health eating behaviors.10/01/14-09/30/15$78,767,630$83,324,648$73,543,083100% Assist
National School Lunch ProgramProvides nutritionally balanced low-cost or free lunches to children each school day in public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions.010/01/14-09/30/15$255,280,782$263,822,372$244,775,520100% Assist
Special MilkProvides milk to children in schools and child care institutions that do not participate in other Federal child nutrition meal service programs.010/01/14-09/30/15$55,012$52,142$73,692100% Assist
Child & Adult Care Food ProgramProvides licensed or approved nonresidential day care service with assistance for meals and snacks. Meals must meet requirements of the USDA.010/01/14-09/30/15$42,390,267$43,668,407$44,832,682100% Assist
Day Care Sponsor AdminProvides for licensed or approved sponsoring organizations to operate CACFP in child or adult care centers. The fund subsidizes the costs for administering the program.010/01/14-09/30/15$2,560,164$2,602,142$2,909,484100% Assist
Child & Adult Care Food Program – CILNon-residential child and adult care institutions are eligible for a cash reimbursement, in-lieu of donated commodities, for processing and handling expenses related to the use of donated foods.010/01/14-09/30/15$1,807,563$1,915,844$1,875,816100% Assist
Child & Adult Care Food Program – Agency AuditsAudits and/or reviews, at least every three fiscal years, are required of CACFP participating institutions.010/01/14-09/30/15$631,650$683,136100% Admin
Summer Food MealsProvides meal reimbursement for summer programs including schools, recreation centers, parks, community centers, camps, etc. Reimbursement is figured on a per-meal rate basis.10/01/14-09/30/15$6,383,424$5,046,287$5,314,451100% Assist
Summer Food Sponsor AdminProvides for reimbursement of administrative costs related to the Summer Food meal Program. The Summer Food Program is a nonprofit food service program.10/01/14-09/30/15$655,294$503,480$541,837100% Assist
USDA Farm to School Grant ProgramTo strengthen buyer-supplier relationships, the grant will be used to provide exhibit space for local food suppliers to showcase their products to an expected turnout of 350 school food buyers at the Health and Nutrition Services Processing Conference and Food Show.$25,000
Summer Food AdministrationSupports the administration costs of the State Agency in administering the Summer Food Program.10/01/14-09/30/15$164,094$164,094100% Admin
Team NutritionA program to integrate in the schools healthy Dietary guidelines which are lower in fat and sodium.09/30/12-09/30/14$18,432$319,184100% Admin
Food Distribution ProgramAllows the State to contract with commercial food processors to convert bulk or raw USDA commodities into ready-to-use end products. Commodities processed through this program go to schools participating the National school Lunch Program. XXOn-going100% Admin
Fresh Fruits & Vegetable ProgramTo provide all children in participating schools with a variety of free fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the school day.07/01/14-06/30/15$3,201,159$4,163,214100% Assist
HEALTH SERVICES
Improving the Health of Young People (School Health Prog) (Comp Health)To support the development and implementation of effective health education for HIV and other important health problems for school-age population.03/01/15-02/29/16$175,000$175,000100% Admin
OTHER
Johnson O’Malley ProgramA program to meet the specialized and unique needs of Native Americans attending public schools.10/01/12-09/30/15$383,713$345,2275% Admin 95% Assist
National Institute of Justice Research, Evaluation and Development GrantTo encourage and support research, development, and evaluation to further understanding of the causes and correlates of crime and violence, methods of crime prevention and control, and criminal justice system responses to crime and violence and contribute to the improvement of the criminal justice system and its responses to crime, violence, and delinquency.09/30/14-09/30/16$4,999,44238% Admin 62% Assist
National Center for Education StatisticsProvides funding for States to apply technology in order to collect and enter data related to education. X$166,469$79,973$162,208100% Admin
Promoting Health Through School Based Surveillance (YRBS / Profiles)To monitor behaviors which place adolescents most at risk for premature morbidity and mortality.Project Period thru 07/31/18$65,000$65,000100% Admin

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