Federal Education Programs

OVERVIEW
   
 

The Federal Education Programs team oversees the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLBA), the reauthorization of the long-standing Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Comprising program consultants and managers across the agency, this team assists local education agencies and other eligible entities to:

  • Apply for competitive and formula-based grants
  • Comply with grant terms and conditions
  • Achieve maximum benefit from grant investments
   
   
LINKS TO CURRENTLY AVAILABLE INFORMATION
   
 

Online CFP e-Application/e-Amendments for Local Educational Agencies (LEAs)
LEAs (supervisory unions/districts) may view online the e-Application/e-Amendments for the consolidated federal programs. Funds are allocated to each LEA based on federal formulas and allocation amounts.

   
  21st Century Community Learning Centers
The Vermont Agency of Education conducts grant competitions and assists centers in the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLCs) program. Vermont's 21st CCLC program seeks to enhance students' academic achievement and to foster lifelong interests in the arts, fitness and other areas through the provision of high-quality out-of-school learning opportunities.
   
   
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ALERTS
   
  New CFP Application Implementation Procedures
In November, 2012, the Committee of Practitioners met to consider 4 items that the Agency of Education proposed regarding strategies contained within CFP applications. After that, and subsequent internal discussions, the following were changes approved for FY14.
   
 

January 2013 Technical CFP Assistance Alert
Items included:

  • USDOE policy from a recent meeting will impact FY14 applications
  • How to make CFP Investments for a Curriculum Coordinator or similar position
  • Vermont Educator Exchange – VE2
  • Title I Homeless - see attachment
  • Spring Meeting

Questions?

Ed Haggett at ed.haggett@state.vt.us or (802) 479-1217

Page Last Updated on March 21, 2014