Provides leadership, technical assistance, and professional development to schools and community-based organizations in the implementation of specific federal grant programs authorized through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and amended by the "No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001" (PL 107-110).
Certain programs serve general populations, while others are designed to serve children, youth, and families with specific educational needs, such as disadvantaged, neglected and delinquent, migrant, homeless, and non-English speaking children.
The Bureau is also responsible for implementing school reform.
|2013-2014 Consolidated Application||2012-2013 Consolidated Applications|
|2011-2012 Consolidated Applications||2010-2011 Consolidated Applications|
|English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) K-12||2009-2010 Consolidated Applications|
|OBM Form||Persistently Lowest-Achieving Schools Definition and List|
|Service Learning information||Online Grants Management Training Webinar|
Mary E. Earick, Ph.D
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