Funding Status

 

Fiscal Year (FY) Appropriation Number of New Awards Range of New Awards Number of Continuation Awards Range of Continuation Awards
FY 2020 $52,000,000* 0 0 21 $1,000,000 to $6,472,657*
FY 2019 $52,000,000 20 $1,000,000 to $6,471,484* 1 $1,499,507
FY 2018 $50,000,000 0 0 22
FY 2017 $50,000,000 0 0 22
FY 2016 $51,445,000 1 $1,449,831 22
FY 2015 $48,445,000 0 0 22

*Estimated amounts

2019

Appropriation: $52,000,000 Number of New Awards: 20 Number of Continuation Awards: 1

  • 19 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 1 National Center
  • 1 National Center on Improving Literacy

FY2019 Planned New Awards

The total amount of funds available for the CC program for FY 2019 is $52 million. Of that amount, an estimated $45 million will be used to fund Regional Centers and an estimated $5 million will be used to fund the National Center. FY 2019 funds supported awards for the first budget period of the project, which is the first 12 months of the project period. Funding for the subsequent budget periods of years two through five (FY 2020 through FY 2023) is contingent on appropriation levels.

Estimated Range of FY 2019 Awards: For Regional Centers: $1,000,000 to $6,472,657.

Note: The Department is not bound by any planned award estimates

 

 

Region Award
Region 01 $1,000,000.00
Region 02 $2,360,643.00
Region 03 $1,000,000.00
Region 04 $2,557,246.00
Region 05 $2,444,035.00
Region 06 $3,215,377.00
Region 07 $3,378,769.00
Region 08 $3,212,089.00
Region 09 $1,722,122.00
Region 10 $1,302,938.00
Region 11 $1,243,525.00
Region 12 $1,963,421.00
Region 13 $1,647,431.00
Region 14 $5,413,470.00
Region 15 $6,472,657.00
Region 16 $3,316,771.00
Region 17 $1,000,000.00
Region 18 $1,000,000.00
Region 19 $1,000,000.00
National Center $5,000,000.00

* Estimate includes $400,000 to support the Bureau of Indian Education

 

2018

Appropriation: $52,000,000 Number of New Awards: 0

Number of Continuation Awards: 23

  • 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 7 Content Centers
  • 1 National Center on Improving Literacy
  • Average Continuation Award:
  • $2,700,008 for Regional Centers*
  • $1,428,571 for Content Centers*
  • $1,499,890 for National Center on Improving LiteracyFLICC will provide technical assistance to the Puerto Rico Department of Education to provide capacity-building services and develop a system of support for local education agencies. WCC will provide technical assistance to the Bureau of Indian Education build capacity in the collection and use of data, and organizational effectiveness.
  • *These averages include supplemental funding.
  • The Comprehensive Centers Program provided supplemental funding to the following centers: Florida and the Islands Comprehensive Center (FLICC), West Comprehensive Center (WCC).

2017

Appropriation: $50,000,000 Number of New Awards: 0

Number of Continuation Awards: 23

  • 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 7 Content Centers
  • 1 National Center on Improving Literacy

Average Continuation Award:

  • $2,516,956 for Regional Centers*
  • $1,482,854 for Content Centers*
  • $1,499,700 for National Center on Improving Literacy

The Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education provided supplemental funding to the center on Great Teachers and Leaders.

The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services provided supplemental funding to the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders.

The Comprehensive Centers program provided supplemental funding to the centers of Building State Capacity and Productivity (BSCP), West Comprehensive Center (WCC), Pacific Region Comprehensive Center (PRCC), and North Central Comprehensive Center.

BSCP will create and operate a web portal for the Comprehensive Center network. WCC will support the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) by providing direct technical assistance and coordinating technical assistance, where appropriate, from national Content Centers.  PRCC will support the Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of Marshall Islands, and American Samoa in a variety of areas, including formative assessments, teacher evaluation systems, and language proficiency, and NCCC will develop state capacity to support English language learners in North Dakota and to continue on-going supports for English language learners in Nebraska and South Dakota.

*These averages include supplemental funding.

2016

Appropriation: $51,445,000 Number of New Awards: 1

Number of Continuation Awards: 22

  • 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 7 Content Centers
  • 1 National Center on Improving Literacy

Average Continuation Award:

  • $2,640,927 for Regional Centers*
  • $2,082,779 for Content Centers*
  • $1,449,831 for National Center on Improving Literacy

The Office of Indian Education provided supplemental funding to the following centers: North Central, Northwest, South Central, West, and Standards & Assessments Implementation.

The Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education provided supplemental funding to the centers on Great Teachers and Leaders and College and Career Readiness & Success.

The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services provided supplemental funding to the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders.

The Comprehensive Centers program provided supplemental funding to the centers of Building State Capacity and Productivity (BSCP) and Standards & Assessments Implementation (CSAI).

BSCP will provide technical assistance to SEAS to increase their capacity to meet the requirements of fiscal data reporting under the ESEA, as amended by the ESSA. CSAI will assist the Bureau of Indian Education’s Office of Assessment and Accountability in its efforts to collect, organize, and report Federally-required data in the 23 States in which there are BIE-funded schools and to do so using a methodology based on each State’s accountability system.

In 2016, the National Comprehensive Center on Improving Literacy for Students with Disabilities received a 5-year grant under authority provided in section 2244 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015.

These averages include supplemental funding.

2015

Appropriation: $48,445,000 Number of New Awards: 0

Number of Continuation Awards: 22

  • 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 7 Content Centers

Average Continuation Award:

  • $2,574,768 for Regional Centers
  • $1,480,120 for Content Centers

2014

Appropriation: $48,445,000 Number of New Awards: 0

Number of Continuation Awards: 22

  • 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 7 Content Centers

Average Continuation Award:

  • $2,574,768 for Regional Centers
  • $1,480,120 for Content Centers

The Indian Education National Activities program provided supplemental funding to the following centers: North Central, Northwest, South Central, West, and Standards and Assessments Implementation.

The School Improvement Grants National Activities program provided supplemental funding to the Center on School Turnaround.

The Special Education Technical Assistance and Dissemination program and the Career and Technical Education National Activities program provided supplemental funding to the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders.

The Preschool Development Grant National Activities program provided supplemental funding to the Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcomes.

2013

Appropriation: $48,445,000 Number of New Awards: 0

Number of Continuation Awards: 22

  • 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 7 Content Centers

Average Continuation Award:

  • $2,574,768 for Regional Centers
  • $1,480,120 for Content Centers

2012

Appropriation: $ 51,113,213 Number of New Awards: 22

  • 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 7 Content Centers

Number of Continuation Awards: 0 Average New Award: $2,370,237 Range of New Awards:

  • $825,000 to $4,895,053 for Regional Centers
  • $1,428,571 to $2,478,571 for Content Centers

Three Regional Center awards (Northwest, South Central, and West) include $331,000 each from the Indian Education National Activities Program.

Great Teachers and Leaders received $750,000 from the Special Education Technical Assistance and Dissemination program and $300,000 from the Career and Technical Education National Activities Program.

 

 

Last Modified: 12/20/2019