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District Funding Allocations and Public Reports

District Allocations

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Current Year Allocations

DPI has released this spreadsheet with all District ESSA Title FY 23 Preliminary Allocations. Districts are able to access their local information in WISEGrants to help create their budget plan.

Historical Data

District or Consortia Totals Over $30,000 and Impact on Local IVA Plan

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Districts or Consortia receiving more than $30,000

If the district or consortia allocation is over $30,000, an application in WISEgrants must adhere to the following funding breakdown:

  • At least 20 percent of funds for activities to support well-rounded educational opportunities;
  • At least 20 percent of funds for activities to support safe and healthy students; and
  • A portion of funds for activities to support effective use of technology (no more than 15% can be used for infrastructure)

A comprehensive needs assessment aligned with the allowable activities is also required. A comprehensive needs assessment must include, at a minimum, a focus on the three content areas identified above. Additional recommendations about conducting a needs assessment are located in the "Implementing Effective SSAE Program Activities" section of the SSAE Non-Regulatory Guidance booklet which starts on page 15.


Public Reports

Federal reporting requirements outlined under §8303 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to provide a public report of Title IV, Part A funds expended (spent) for each federal project year.

2019-20 Title IV-A Public Report

2020-21 Title IV-A Public Report