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1 Revised 2/6/15 Programs Authorized in the Student Success Act (HR 5) (as introduced on February 3, 2015) SECTION of REVISED Title I: AID TO LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES Authorization = $16,245,163,000 Title I, Section 1002 Flexibility To Use Federal Funds An SEA may transfer state level funds among its Title I school improvement set-aside funds, Title I state administration funds, Migrant Education, Neglected/ Delinquent, and English Language Acquisition. An LEA may transfer its funds among Migrant Education, Neglected/ Delinquent, and English Language Acquisition or from any of those programs into Title I or school improvement. Title I, Section 1003 School Improvement Set-aside of 7% of each state s allocation under chapter B of subpart 1 of Part A (Improving Basic Programs Operated By Local Educational Agencies) = $1,039,820,393. [Note: current law set-aside = 4%). Maintains current law that such reservation by the State shall not decrease the amount of funds each LEA received in the preceding fiscal year. 1

2 Title I, Section 1003A Direct Student Services (costs for public school choice transportation and high-quality academic tutoring services) Set-aside of 3% of each state s allocation under chapter B of subpart 1 of Part A = $445,637,311. (Up to 1% of this 3% is reserved for State administration of direct services.) Title I, Section 1004 State Administration Each state may reserve up to 1% of its allocation under chapter B of subpart 1 of Part A or $400,000 (whichever is greater), capped at $140,000,000 nationally. Title I, Part A, Subpart 1, Chapters A and B Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Educational Agencies $14,854,577,047 (7% of this is reserved for school improvement, 3% for direct student services and 1% for State administration as noted above.) Maximum amount available for Title I allocations to LEAs for = $13,229,119,343 Title I, Part A, Subpart 1, Chapter B, Section 1128 Title I funds follow the low-income child State option Title I, Part A, Subpart 2 Education of Migratory Children $398,006,494 (1% is reserved for State administration). For each of Fiscal Years 2016 through 2018, no State shall receive less than 90 percent of the State s allocation for the previous year. Title I, Part A, Subpart 3 Chapter A Chapter B Chapter C, Section 1211 Chapter D Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children and Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk Grants/Subgrants For English Language Acquisition and Language Enhancement Grants For English Language Acquisition and Language Enhancement - Administration English Language Acquisition and Language Enhancement National Professional Development Project Grants For English Language Acquisition and Language Enhancement - General Provisions $50,360,005 (1% is reserved for State administration) $698,704,461 (up to 5% is reserved for State activities). The minimum State allotment is $500,000. SEAs shall not make an LEA subgrant if the amount is less than $10,000. Not applicable $48,573,037 Not applicable 2

3 Chapter D, Section 1222 Title I, Part A, Subpart 5, Chapter A Title I, Part A, Subpart 5, Chapter B National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition and Language Instruction Educational Programs Rural Achievement Education Program: Small, Rural School Achievement Program Rural Achievement Education Program: Rural and Low-Income School Program Rural Achievement Education Program: General Provisions Not more than $2,000,000 reserved from the above $48,573,037 $97,470,972 $97,470,972 Title I, Part A, Subpart 5, Not applicable Chapter C Title I, Part B National Assessment Of Title I $710,000 Title I, Part C Title I General Provisions Title II, Part A, Subparts 1 and 2 Title II: TEACHER PREPARATION AND EFFECTIVENESS Authorization = $2,788,356,000 Supporting Effective Instruction; $2,070,354,330 (95% of State Grants to States and Subgrants to allotments is for LEA subgrants LEAS under Subpart 2, 4% for State activities and not more than 1% for state administration) Title II, Part A, Subpart 3 General Provisions Title II, Part A, Section 2132 Supporting Effective Instruction: Not more than $20,912,670 National Activities Title II, Part B, Subpart 1 Grant: Formula Grants to States Title II, Part B, Subpart 1, Section 2211(d)(3)(B) Title II, Part B, Subpart 2 Title II, Part B, Subpart 3 Title II, Part B, Section 2233 Grant: Formula Grants to States - Teacher Or School Leader Preparation Academies Grant: Local Competitive Grant Program Grant: General Provisions Grant National Activities $690,118,110 (Not more than 4% of State allotment is for State activities not more than 1% for state administration and not more than 3% for Teacher Or School Leader Preparation Academies.) Not more than 3% of State allotment = not more than $20,703,543 nationally. Not less than 92% of State allotments from the above $690,118,110 is for subgrants Not more than $6,970,890 Title II, Part C Teacher Liability Protection 3

4 Title II, Part D Teacher Preparation and Effectiveness General Provisions Title III: PARENTAL ENGAGEMENT AND LOCAL FLEXIBILITY Title III, Part A, Subpart 1 Charter School Program $300,000,000 Section 3103 Grants To Support High-Quality Charter Schools At least $232,500,000. A State shall use not less than 90% to award subgrants to eligible applicants. Section 3104 Section 3105 Section 3106 Charter School Program; Facilities Financing Assistance Charter School Program National Activities Federal Formula Allocation During First Year And For Successive Enrollment Expansions Definitions Family Engagement In Education Programs 4 $37,500,000 of the above (not less than 50% of this amount is for grants to entities that demonstrate innovative methods of assisting charter schools to address the cost of acquiring, constructing, and renovating facilities by enhancing the availability of loans or bond financing.) Not more than 10% of the above $300,000,000 = up to $30,000,000. Not less than 75% (up to $22,500,000) is for competitive grants and not more than 25% is for technical assistance, dissemination, and evaluation. Section 3110 Title III, Part A, Subpart 2 Magnet Schools Assistance $91,647,000. The Secretary may reserve not more than 2% of these funds for evaluation, technical assistance and dissemination. In any fiscal year in which appropriations exceed $75,000,000, the Secretary shall give priority in using such amounts in excess of $75,000,000 to awarding grants to LEAS or consortia of such agencies that did not receive a grant under this subpart in the preceding fiscal year.) Title III, Part A, Subpart 3 $25,000,000

5 5 Title III, Part B Local Academic Flexible Grant $2,302,287,000 (Not less than 75% of each state s allotment is for local competitive grants and not more than 15% is for state activities) Title III, Part B, Section 3205 Awards To Nongovernmental Entities To Improve Academic Achievement Title IV: IMPACT AID Title IV, Section 4002 Payments for Federal Acquisition of $66,813,000 Real Property Title IV, Section 4003(b) Impact Aid Basic Payments $1,151,233,000 Title IV, Section 4003(d) Impact Aid Payments for Children $48,316,000 With Disabilities Title IV, Section 4007 Impact Aid Construction $17,406,000 Title IV, Section 4008 Impact Aid Facilities Maintenance $4,835,000 Not less than 10% of each state s allotment TITLE V THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT S TRUST RESPONSIBILITY TO AMERICAN INDIAN, ALASKA NATIVE, AND NATIVE HAWAIIAN EDUCATION Title V, Part A, Subpart 1 Indian Education Formula Grants To $105,921,000 Local Educational Agencies And Tribes Title V, Part A, Subpart 2 Special Programs And Projects To $24,858,000 Improve Educational Opportunities For Indian Children Title V, Part A, Subpart 3 National Activities Included in above $24,858,000 Title V, Part A, Subpart 4, National Advisory Council on Indian Section 5141 Education Title V, Part A, Subpart 5 Indian Education Definitions; Authorizations Of Appropriations Title V, Part B Alaska Native Education $33,185,000 Title V, Part C Native Hawaiian Education $34,181,000 Title V, Part C, Section 5303 Native Hawaiian Education Council Grant Not less than $500,000 of the above $34,181,000 GENERAL PROVISIONS Part A Definitions Part B Flexibility In The Use Of Administrative And Other Funds Part C Coordination Of Programs; Consolidated State And Local Plans And Applications Part D Waivers Part E Uniform Provisions Part E, Subpart 1 Private Schools

6 Part E, Subpart 2 Prohibitions Part E, Subpart 3 Other Provisions Part E, Subpart 4 Restoration of State Sovereignty Over Public Education and Parental Rights Over the Education of Their Children Part E, Subpart 4, Sec Dedication of savings to deficit reduction Any funds not allocated to a state by formula because a State did not affirmatively agree to the receipt of such funds shall not be reallocated among the States. Part F Evaluations The Secretary may reserve not more than 0.5% of the amount appropriated to carry out each categorical program (other than programs in Title I) to conduct evaluations, except funds are separately authorized to be reserved or used for evaluation activities. Title VII of this bill amends Subtitle B of Title VII of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act AMENDMENTS TO OTHER STATUTES Homeless Education $65,042,000 TITLE VIII MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Sec. 801 Findings; Sense of the Congress Total Yearly FY Authorizations (includes McKinney Homeless Education) = $23,304,953,000 Total FY 2015 Appropriation for programs (includes McKinney Homeless Education and Investing in Innovation) = $23,304,953,000 Authorizations V. FY 2015 Appropriation = $0 6

7 CURRENT FUNDED S REPEALED OR CONSOLIDATED FY 2015 FUNDING (IN THOUSANDS of $) 1. School improvement State grants ( section 1003(g)) 505, Striving readers ( I-E, section 1502) 160, Improving teacher quality State grants (Part A) 2,349, Mathematics and science partnerships ( II-B) 152, st century community learning centers ( IV-B) 1,151, State assessments 378, Safe and drug-free schools and communities National programs 70,000 ( IV-A-2) 8. Elementary and secondary school counseling ( V-D, subpart 2) 49, Physical education program ( V-D, subpart 10) 47, Promise Neighborhoods ( V-D, subpart 1) 56, Investing in Innovation (ARRA section 14007) [not in ] 120, Transition to teaching ( II-C-1-B) 13, School leadership ( section 2151(b)) 16, Advanced placement ( I-G) 28, Ready-to-learn television ( II-D-3) 25, Arts in education ( V-D, subpart 15) 25, Non-cognitive skills initiative ( V-D) 2, Full service community schools ( V-D) 10, Educational facilities clearinghouse ( V-D) 1, Preschool development grants ( V-D) 250, Innovative approaches to literacy ( V-D) 25, Javits gifted and talented students education program ( V-D, 10,000 subpart 6) 7

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