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Title I, LAP, and CPR Newsletter Archive

  • June 2022: The Pre-Application for the ESEA Consolidated Grant Application (CGA) has launched in EGMS!
  • June 2022: Title I, Part A Preliminary Allocations, ESEA Consolidated Grant Pre-Application Launched, Required Consultation with Tribal Representatives, Out-of-District List for Private Schools Now Available, Updated and New Guidance Documents, View the SY 2022–23 CEP Webinar on our Moodle Platform!, 2023 National ESEA Conference February 1–4, 2023 Indianapolis & Online, LAP Stabilization Funds and Reporting Reminders, CPR Updates
  • May 2022EGMS Training for LEA Program Coordinators, Consolidated Grant Application, Parent & Family Engagement, 21st Century Community Learning Center Bidders Conference, Educator Equity Data Collection Tool, Multilingual Learner State Strategic Plan Survey, Professional Learning Opportunities, Learning Assistance Program (LAP) Reporting Reminders, Public Hearing & Comment Period, Legislative News, Summer Activities, Dyslexia Beyond Awareness Summit.
  • April 2022: Title l, Part A, and LAP Newsletter. Title l, Part A & LAP virtual office hours, 21st Century Community Learning Center Bidders Conference, Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) Webinar, Private Participation in Federal Programs, Learning Assistance Program (LAP) Legislative news, Summer Activities, and Learning Opportunities- Dyslexia Beyond Awareness: Focusing on the Science of Reading. And references.
  • February 2022: Title I, Part A and Title IV, Part A carryover application, EGMS pilot rollout, private school participation technical assistance webinar, Finley School District shared story, 2021–2022 ESEA Distinguished Schools named, U.S. Department of Education solicits public comments on the project prevent grant program, call for proposals on compensation strategies, K–12 educational resources, CEDARS code change, new learning opportunities, and Title I & CPR office hours.
  • January 2022Title I, Part A carryover application launches in January, examples needed for funding Early Learning Guide, January webinars, Title I, Part A, LAP and CPR virtual office hours, K–2 literacy screening and intervention survey, using research to inform decisions, and resources for MTSS and PFE.
  • December 2021Seeking volunteers to test new grants management system, two substance abuse prevention grants available, and resources for LAP reporting and HB 1208 (2021).
  • November 2021FP 361–Title I, Part A comparability report due, voicing culture through family engagement webinar, PFE web resources, resource on supporting child and student social, emotional, behavioral and mental health, National ESEA conference, LAP apportionment update, LAP general Q&A, HB 1208 (2021) resources, and CEDARS update.
  • October 2021Budget revision reminder, Title I, Part A comparability report available soon, learn about PFE requirements in Title I, Part A webinar recording, share your story, October webinars, two substance abuse prevention grants available, update on the early screening of dyslexia webinar, and resources for LAP reporting and HB 1208 (2021).
  • September 2021iGrants FP 201 due date, FP 201 webinar recording, online learning—options to meet student needs webinar, PFE website resources, and downloadable guides, September webinars, radical family engagement cohort, annual McKinney-Vento training, family income survey, K–2 screening & intervention (dyslexia), and resources for LAP reporting and HB 1208 (2021).

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