K - 12 Information
Advanced Placement (AP) programs provide incentives for public comprehensive high schools in California to provide access to rigorous, college-level courses for interested and prepared students.
Arts and Music Block Grant
A program providing funding to support standards-aligned instruction in arts and music.
Arts, Music and Physical Education
A program providing one-time funds for physical education and visual and performing arts supplies, equipment or professional development.
California High School Exit Exam Intensive Instruction and Services
The program provides intensive instruction and services to assist pupils in passing the California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE).
California School-Age Families Education (Cal-SAFE)
A comprehensive community-linked school program for expectant and parenting students and their children.
Class Size Reduction - Kindergarten Through Third Grade
A program providing incentive funding to participating school districts for the purpose of reducing class size to 20 or fewer pupils per teacher in up to four grade levels.
Class Size Reduction - Grade Nine
A program to reduce class size in grade nine English and one other course required for graduation (either mathematics, science, or social studies).
Community-Based English Tutoring
A program that provides free or subsidized programs of English language instruction to parents or other adult members of the community who pledge to tutor English learners.
Economic Impact Aid (EIA)
A program supporting compensatory educational services for educationally disadvantaged students and bilingual education services for English learners.
English Language Acquisition
A program providing funding for instructional support and coordination of services for students enrolled in grades four through eight and for reclassification to English-fluent status in grades kindergarten through twelve.
Instructional Materials Funding Realignment Program (IMFRP)
A program that replaces three previous funding sources for instructional materials: The K-8 Instructional Materials Fund, the 9-12 Instructional Materials Fund, and the Schiff-Bustamante Standards-Aligned Instructional Materials Fund, K-12.
Instructional Materials, Library Materials, and Education Technology
A program that provides one-time funding in support of instructional materials, school and classroom library materials, and education technology.
Instructional Materials, Supplementary Materials for English Learners
A program providing funds to accelerate pupils as rapidly as possible toward grade-level proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English.
Middle and High School Supplemental School Counseling
A program that provides funds to support additional, appropriate counseling services for students in grades seven through twelve at risk of (1) not passing the California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) or (2) not accessing the standards curriculum because they are two or more grade levels below standards by the seventh grade.
Peer Assistance Review (PAR)
A program supporting a teacher peer assistance and review system and the coordination of employment policies and procedures with activities for professional development.
Physical Education Teacher Incentive Program
A program to provide funding to hire credentialed physical education teachers to teach physical education in selected schools serving kindergarten and any of grades one through eight.
Principal Training (Assembly Bill 75) supports professional development that focuses on building principals' leadership skills and the capacity necessary to serve effectively in their critical and complex roles.
Professional Development Block Grant
A block grant providing funding for any purpose authorized by the Instructional Time and Staff Development Reform (ITSDR), Teaching as a Priority Block Grant (TAP), and Intersegmental Staff Development Programs as they existed prior to inclusion in the Professional Development Block Grant.
Pupil Retention Block Grant
A block grant combining funding for the following programs that target pupils who require additional assistance to succeed in school: Elementary School Intensive Reading, Intensive Algebra Instruction Academies, Continuation High School Foundation, High Risk Youth Education and Public Safety, Tenth Grade Counseling, District Opportunity Classes and Programs, Dropout Prevention and Recovery, Early Intervention for School Success, and At-Risk Youth for Los Angeles Unified School District.
School and Library Improvement Block Grant
A block grant combining funds from School Library Materials (SLM) and the School Improvement Program (SIP).
School Community Violence Prevention
A program combining funds for six previously existing school violence prevention programs: (1) Safe School Planning and Partnership; (2) School Community Policing; (3) Gang-Risk Intervention; (4) Safety Plans for New Schools; (5) School Community Violence Prevention; and (6) Conflict Resolution.
School Improvement Program (SIP), Kindergarten through Grade Twelve
A program for elementary, intermediate, and secondary schools to improve instruction, services, school environment, and organization at school sites according to plans developed by School Site Councils.
School Library Materials
A program providing funding to acquire library resources, books, and periodicals, etc.
School Safety and Violence Prevention
A program providing funding to school districts maintaining grades eight through twelve for purposes that improve school safety or reduce violence among students.
Tenth Grade Pupil Progress Review and Counseling
A program that supports the systematic review of academic progress and counseling during the final two years of high school.
Title I - Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged, Parts A and D
A federal program to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.
Title II - Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals, Part A - Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting
A federal program that increases student academic achievement through strategies such as improving teacher and principal quality and increasing the number of highly qualified teachers in the classroom and highly qualified principals and assistant principals in schools.
Title III - English Language Acquisition, Language Enhancement and Academic Achievement for Limited-English Proficient (LEP) and Immigrant Students
A federal program to provide supplementary programs and services to assist LEP and immigrant students in achieving grade-level and graduation standards, as well as assisting LEP students with acquiring English.
Title IV - 21st Century Schools, Part A-Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities
A federal program providing funding to local educational agencies to prevent violence in and around schools; to prevent the illegal use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs; and to foster a safe and drug-free learning environment that supports academic achievement.
Title V - Promoting Informed Parental Choice and Innovative Programs, Part A - Innovative Programs
A federal program to develop and implement innovative education programs; to improve school, student, and teacher performance, including professional development activities; and class size reduction programs.
Title VI, Part B, Subpart 2 - Rural and Low-Income Schools
A federal program for rural education agencies with 20 percent or more of the pupils from families below the poverty line. Among other uses, the funding provides for teacher recruitment and retention, teacher professional development, educational technology, and parental involvement activities.