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Consolidated Program Review

The Consolidated Program Review (CPR) monitors multiple federally funded programs under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). This process fulfills OSPI's compliance monitoring requirements under Federal regulations (2 CFR 200).

The CPR process consists of an OSPI team reviewing Local Educational Agencies’ (LEA) federal and selected state programs. The monitoring activities are designed to focus on the results of the LEA's efforts to implement critical requirements of the ESEA using available resources and flexibility provisions.

Programs include:

  1. Title I, A - Improving Academic Achievement
  2. ​LAP (Learning Assistance Program)
  3. Title I, C - Migrant Education
  4. Title I, D - Neglected and Delinquent
  5. Test Fee Reduction
  6. Title II, A - Teacher and Principal Quality
  7. Title III/TBIP (Transitional Bilingual Instructional Program)
  8. Gun-Free Schools Act
  9. Title V, B - Rural Education 
  10. Title IX - McKinney-Vento (Students Experiencing Homelessness)
  11. Highly Capable
  12. CTE/Perkins (Career and Technical Education)
  13. Private Schools
  14. Civil Rights
  15. Fiscal Cross-Cutting
  16. System and School Improvement
  17. Foster Care
  18. Title IV, A - Student Support and Academic Enrichment
  19. Tribal Consultation 

CPR Monitoring Cycle

Types of monitoring reviews conducted by CPR:

  • Regional ESD rotation including on-site and desk
  • Statewide selected on-site reviews based on risk
  • Four largest LEAs by federal allocation (reviewed annually)
  • Select fiscal-only reviews

Most LEAs are monitored by ESD on a 5-year cycle:

  • 2019–20: Districts in ESDs 101 and 114
  • 2020–21: Districts in ESDs 121 and 171
  • 2021–22: Districts in ESDs 105, 112, and 113
  • 2022–23: Districts in ESDs 105, 112, and 113
  • 2023–24: Districts in ESDs 123 and 189

If you are up for review, please complete this contact info survey to confirm your superintendent, designate a single point of contact for CPR for your district, a fiscal contact, and a civil rights program contact.​

Guidance

Title I, A | Title III/TBIP | Highly Capable | Homeless | Civil Rights | Fiscal

For a copy of the Title I Part A Technical Assistance Guide login to iGrant FP201, click on the Profile Page link, then scroll down to Reference URLs and Materials, here you will find this document and other Title I, Part A resources.

Policy Templates

One source for policy templates, procedures and forms related to state and federal law is WSSDA’s Model Policy Online Database at the Washington State School Directors’ Association.