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Title I, Part A Schoolwide Consolidation
Consolidated Title I, Part A Schoolwide Programs are authorized under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA), as an alternative means to better serve all children in a school by intentionally coordinating instructional programs and consolidating financial resources rather than operating categorical programs as separate services.
In a Title I, Part A Schoolwide Consolidation; Title I, Part A funds and other Federal education program funds may be used only to supplement the total amount of funds that would, in the absence of Federal funds, be made available from non-Federal sources for that school, including funds needed to provide services that are required by law for children with disabilities and children with limited English proficiency. It is the agency's responsibility to ensure the Title I, Part A Schoolwide school receives all the State and local funds it would receive if it were not a Title I, Part A Schoolwide school and that State and local funds are distributed fairly and equitably to all schools in the agency, including Title I, Part A Schoolwide schools [ESSA 1118(b)(2)].
For questions regarding Consolidated Title I, Part A Schoolwide Programs; please contact the Office of Educational Supports (OES) at 517-241-6970.
For assistance with accounting or other financial services; please contact Shoua Vang, OES Financial Manager, at 517-241-5388 or VangS1@michigan.gov
Title I, Part A Schoolwide Consolidation Resources
- Federal Title I, Part A Schoolwide Fiscal Guidance [USED]
- Required Templates 1-5 and Guide to Implementation (Updated 5/18/22)
- Required Template 6:
- Drawing and Charging Funds in the Title I, Part A Schoolwide Consolidation (Updated 4/24/18)