Grant: $164,458,751 - Office of Elementary and Secondary Education - Apr. 1, 2009
100% voted satisfied - 0% voted not satisfied - 1 vote(s) cast
Award Description: Title I Grants to Local Educational Agengies, Recovery Act To help local education agencies (LEAs) and schools improve the teaching and learning of children failing, or most at-risk of failing, to meet challenging State academic standards.
Project Description: Use of funds varies, depending on whether a school is operating a schoolwide program under Title I, section 1114 of ESEA or a targeted assistance program under Section 1115. A school with at least a 40 percent poverty rate may choose to operate a schoolwide program under Section 1114 that allows Title I funds to be combined with other Federal, State, and local funds to upgrade the school's overall instructional program. LEAs, however, must ensure that each school operating a schoolwide program use Title I and other Federal funds to supplement the amount of funds that would, in the absence of Federal funds, be made available from non-Federal sources to that school. All other participating schools must operate targeted assistance programs, which provide extra instruction to those children failing, or most at risk of failing, to meet challenging State academic standards. Targeted assistance programs must ensure that Title I services supplement, not supplant the regular education programs normally provided by State and local educational agencies. This program is subject to non-supplanting requirements and must use a restricted indirect cost rate, which is referenced under 34 CFR 76.564-76.569.
Jobs Summary: Jobs created as of 9/30/2009 represent employment types such as: teachers, paraprofessionals, literacy coaches, reading specialist, math specialists, intervention specialist, aids, and resource professionals. This total is made up of both saved and created positions. (Total jobs reported: 449)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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|Accomack County School District||$644,022||ACCOMAC||VA|
|ALBEMARLE, COUNTY OF||$492,977||CHARLOTTESVILLE||VA|
|Alleghany County Public School District||$153,047||LOW MOOR||VA|
|Alleghany County Public School District||$20,360||LOW MOOR||VA|
|Amelia County School Board||$83,160||AMELIA COURT HOUSE||VA|
|Amherst County School Board||$243,095||AMHERST||VA|
|Appomattox Co School Board||$138,502||APPOMATTOX||VA|
|Pelican Bay Professional Village||$914,413||DAYTONA BEACH||FL|
|AUGUSTA, COUNTY OF||$401,597||FISHERSVILLE||VA|
|Bath County School District||$17,598||WARM SPRINGS||VA|
|Bedford County School District||$475,991||BEDFORD||VA|
|Bland County School Board||$47,755||BASTIAN||VA|
|Botetourt Co School District||$110,765||FINCASTLE||VA|
|Brunswick County Public Schools||$294,715||LAWRENCEVILLE||VA|
|County of Buchanan||$476,297||GRUNDY||VA|
|Buckingham County School District||$198,139||BUCKINGHAM||VA|
|Campbell County School District||$518,454||RUSTBURG||VA|
|Caroline County Public School District||$193,579||BOWLING GREEN||VA|
|Carroll County School District||$289,689||HILLSVILLE||VA|
|County of Charles City||$47,963||CHARLES CITY||VA|