Awards Information

FY 2020 CLSD Awards

Appropriation: $190,000,000* Number of New Awards: 11 Range of Awards: $141,421– $8,685,491

PR Award Number and Application State Funding Amount
S371C200015 (2 MB) Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education $1,221,940
S371C200019 (26 MB) Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education $2,906,244
S371C200021 (14 MB) Michigan Department of Education $3,175,598
S371C200013 (11 MB) Tennessee Department of Education $4,004,100
S371C200018 (12 MB) Louisiana Department of Education $8,423,157
S371C200007 (15 MB) Arizona Department of Education $4,000,000
S371C200008 (5 MB) Colorado Department of Education $161,122
S371C200014 (7 MB) Wyoming Department of Education $8,685,491
S371C200016 (21 MB) Texas Education Agency $4,190,340
S371C200017 (2 MB) DC Office of the State Superintendent of Education $141,421
S371C200011 (6 MB) Florida Department of Education $229,621

CLSD FY 2020 Discretionary Grant Awardee Abstracts can be found here.

Outlying Area Funding Amount
American Samoa $295,983
Guam $320,698
CNMI $178,907
Virgin Islands $154,412
$950,000

 

Bureau of Indian Education Funding Amount
BIE $950,000

*Of the total FY 2019 appropriations, one-half of 1 percent was reserved for the Bureau of Indian Education and one-half of 1 percent was reserved for the 4 outlying areas.

 

FY 2019 CLSD Awards

Appropriation: $190,000,000* Number of New Awards: 13 Range of Awards: $16,167 – $35,812,394

PR Award Number and Application State Funding Amount
S371C190002 Minnesota Department of Education $16,167
S371C190005 (654 KB) North Dakota Department of Public Instruction $9,114,849
S371C190007 (359 KB) Ohio Department of Education $8,330,800
S371C190012 (189 KB) Montana Office of Public Instruction $10,012,651
S371C190013 (946 KB) Kentucky Department of Education $7,730,500
S371C190015 (448 KB) New Mexico Public Education Department $7,999,998
S371C190016 (397 KB) Georgia Department of Education $35,812,394
S371C190017 (270 KB) California Department of Education $318,659
S371C190018 (628 KB) Louisiana Department of Education $20,000,000
S371C190019 (356 KB) Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education $2,200,281
S371C190024 (316 KB) Arkansas Department of Education $1,141,198
S371C190025 (1.2 MB) Alaska Department of Educaiton & Early Development $4,955,236
S371C190026 (243 KB) Hawaii State Department of Education $10,036,754

CLSD FY 2019 Discretionary Grant Awardee Abstracts can be found here.

Outlying Area Funding Amount
American Samoa $295,983
Guam $320,698
CNMI $178,907
Virgin Islands $154,412
$950,000

 

Bureau of Indian Education Funding Amount
BIE $950,000

*Of the total FY 2019 appropriations, one-half of 1 percent was reserved for the Bureau of Indian Education and one-half of 1 percent was reserved for the 4 outlying areas.

FY 2017 SRCL Awards

Appropriation: $380,000,000* Number of New Awards: 11 Range of Awards: $20,000,000 – $61,579,800

PR Award Number and Application State Funding Amount
S371C170002 (32 MB) Georgia Department of Education $61,579,800
S371C170006 (72 MB) Kansas Department of Education $27,042,948
S371C170016 (17 MB) Kentucky Department of Education $24,933,147
S371C170015 (18 MB) Louisiana Department of Education $55,500,000
S371C170009 (16 MB) Maryland State Department of Education $45,000,000
S371C170010 (14 MB) Minnesota Department of Education $21,150,093
S371C170003 (24 MB) Montana Office of Public Instruction $24,111,419
S371C170021 (11 MB) New Mexico Public Education Department $20,000,000
S371C170011 (22 MB) North Dakota Department of Public Instruction $28,800,000
S371C170019 (20 MB) Ohio Department of Education $35,000,000
S371C170005 (12 MB) Oklahoma State Department of Education $21,323,575

SRCL FY 2017 Discretionary Grant Awardee Abstracts can be found here.

Outlying Area Funding Amount
American Samoa $500,894
Guam $704,368
CNMI $302,768
Virgin Islands $391,970
$1,900,000

 

Bureau of Indian Education Funding Amount
BIE $1,900,000

*Of the total FY 2016 and FY 2017 appropriations, one-half of 1 percent was reserved for the Bureau of Indian Education and one-half of 1 percent was reserved for the 4 outlying areas.

Last Modified: 12/15/2020