Federal Programs


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Office of Federal Programs
2500 North Lincoln Boulevard Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105-4599
(405) 521-6850

Leadership
Dr. Kathy Dodd, Chief Innovation Officer and Deputy Superintendent of Federal Programs

Michelle Dunn, Executive Director, Federal Programs

Rick Pool, Executive Director of Finance and Audit, Federal Programs

Matt Colwell, Executive Director of School Success

Kay Townsend, Director of Audit, Federal Programs

Amber Polach, Director of Monitoring, Federal Programs

Welcome to the Office of Federal Programs (OFP) at the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE). The OFP provides support to Oklahoma schools and districts in their efforts to improve student achievement and ensure that students in Oklahoma are prepared for a successful future. The OFP serves over 540 local education agencies (LEAs) that are subrecipients of federal grant awards (Titles IA, IC, ID, IIA, IVA,VB and IXA).
 

Upcoming Deadlines

November 30, 2022 Title I, Part A and D, Subpart 1 and Subpart 2: Neglected or Delinquent (N or D) October Child Count. All districts and state agencies are required to report an October caseload count of children or youth for whom the district and state agencies provides an education and reside in eligible local institutions. If a district has no institutions, a report of a zero caseload will be reported.
December 1, 2022 2nd Year Carryover Funds Expenditure Report (Claim for Reimbursement) Deadline. LEAs must submit expenditure reports in payable form by established deadline. Expenditure reports received after the deadline may result in the loss of these funds. 
December 12, 2022 Title I, Part A: Comparability Report. Districts must submit appropriate data to demonstrate compliance in meeting the comparability requirement of Title I. Comparability does not apply to a district with only one elementary building, one junior high building, and one high school building.
December 21, 2022 Submit all migrant EDFacts files, NLT 11:59pm 
December 22, 2022 Submit CSPR Part I, NLT 5:00pm
January 6, 2023 Any monitored districts in FY23 will submit documentation to GMS.
January 17, 2023   

Transmittal of ED Form 4376 for Title I D N&D counts.

Program Guidance

January 27, 2023 Title I, Part C: Migrant Credit Accrual Report and Supplemental Code for Fall Semester. Districts will report data through the MIS 2000 System.
February 3, 2023 Non-Public Schools-Equitable Services Packet.
May 12, 2023 Title I, Part C: Migrant Education Program State Sub-Granting Procedures Form. This should be complete upon enrollment. 
June 16, 2023 Title I, Part C: Migrant Credit Accrual Report and Supplemental Code for Spring Semester. Districts will report data through the MIS 2000 System.  
June 30, 2023

Title I, Part A and Title V, Part B Report

 

Title I Part D, Subpart 1: State Agency Programs for Children/Youth who are Neglected, Delinquent or at Risk

 

Title I Part D Subpart 2: LEA Programs for Children/Youth who are Neglected, Delinquent or at Risk

 

Title III Part A: Language Instruction for English Learners and Immigrant Students Performance Report. Districts are responsible for reporting data about personnel and professional development to the Office of Federal Programs. This report is required of all school districts, even if they do not report English learners.

 

Homeless Census Report. All districts must complete the report even if you did not serve any homeless students.

 

New Charter School Participation. 

August 11, 2023  Title I, Part C: Migrant Summer School Program Report. Districts will report data through the MIS 2000 System. 

 

Federal Programs Resources

Below are links to guidance documents and additional resources related to Federal Programs.

FY23 Initial Title Allocations

Below are the FY23 Initial Title Allocations. These allocations reflect corrections due to multiple calculation errors in FY21 and FY22. Specific corrections for each district can be found on the 'Total Corrections' Table below. Please note: in Titles I, II, III, and IV a small percentage is witheld to account for new or expanding charters. Any amount above what is needed to cover those allocations will be reallocated to districts in December. 

 

Total Corrections

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Last updated on November 16, 2022