FEDERAL PROGRAM MONITORING
MISSION :: To ensure that federal and state education funds contribute to the goal of all students meeting or exceeding rigorous state standards.
What is the focus of our work?
The Federal Program Monitoring and Support Division supports approximately $463,000,000 in federal funds provided to districts and schools each year. The primary role of the Division is to provide grants administration, program monitoring, data collection and reporting, and to facilitate the necessary technical assistance to ensure not only compliance, but quality programs for students. Compliance is the first step toward program quality; monitoring is the springboard to providing technical assistance.
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Below are links pertaining to the State of North Carolina’s implementation of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (reauthorized as the No Child Left Behind Act in 2002).
- MOA - Title I and Child Nutrition
- Title II, Part A has been moved to the Federal Program Monitoring Section.
Additional TitleII, Part A information is here.
- NEW!! The Title I, Part A Handbook
: Tools and Tips for Title I Directors is intended to assist Title I Directors
in managing their Title I programs throughout the school year. The technical assistance documents in
the Title I, Part A Handbook are intended to provide an overview of the authorizing statute and should
be used in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Education (USED) policy guidance.
(pdf, 1.1mb | doc, 1.4mb)
Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Request
Additional ESEA Flexibility Request Information is here
School Improvement Grants
Forty North Carolina schools are receiving federal School Improvement Grant (SIG) funds as authorized under section 1003(g) of Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA).
Selected SIG schools were among the persistently lowest performing schools ( pdf, 134kb) in the state and were eligible for or receiving Title I funds. This includes charter schools, alternative and special schools.
- Additional SIG information is here
2014-15 21st Century Community Learning Centers NEW!
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) is pleased to announce the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) 2014-15 Request for Proposals (RFP). Any public or private organization is eligible to apply for a 21st CCLC grant. Agencies and organizations eligible under the 21st CCLC grant program include, but are not limited to local education agencies (LEAs), non-profit agencies, city or county government agencies, faith-based organizations, institutions of higher education, and for-profit corporations.