Federal Programs

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The Office of Federal Programs provides leadership and technical assistance to customers on the requirements and uses of funds under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), currently authorized as the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).  In particular, the Office provides support to education entities as they plan and budget their ESEA resources and administers the 21st Century competition and Ohio’s participation in the U.S. Green Ribbon Schools recognition. The Office is organized by four units: Operational, Competitive, District Planning and District Performance Review. 

Ohio’s Allocations for School Year 2014-15 ESEA Funds

Federal Grant Name

Total Federal Grant Award

 

Est School Year 2014-15

Actual School Year 2013-14

Difference

Title I Part A - Grants to LEAs $567,776,401 $555,291,838 +$12,487,563
Title I School Improvement (g) $18,598,812 $19,157,881 -$559,069
Title IC - Migrant Education $2,621,134 $2,606,759 +$14,375
Title ID - Neglected and Delinquent State Agencies $1,037,007 $1,127,529 -$90,522
Title IIA - Improving Teacher Quality $86,136,821 $86,229,194 -$92,373
Title III- Limited English Proficient $10,101,411 $9,419,188 +682,223
Title IV B - 21st Century Community Learning Centers $45,173,267 $42,981,284 +$2,191,981
Title VI B - Rural and Low Income $3,180,033 $3,180,035 -$2
Title VII B - McKinney-Vento Homeless Children & Youth $2,525,315 $2,479,861 +$45,454

 

For a listing of individual district allocations, please click here.
 

Last Modified: 4/24/2015 3:00:52 PM