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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.


  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

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

The bulletin released July 1, 2021 (Bulletin 048-21), included information regarding Consolidated Program Review (CPR) monitoring for school year 2021-22. Per page two of that bulletin, “In 2021–22, OSPI will work with LEAs with reviews still open from the 2019–20 and 2018–19 monitoring cycles. A select number of LEAs will receive an out-of-cycle CPR based on our annual risk assessment, as well as the four largest LEAs (as determined by federal fund allocation). LEAs identified for CPRs in 2021–22 are listed in the right sidebar. 

Note: Due to legislative changes, LAP will not be included in the 2021-22 CPR cycle. Monitoring will be conducted through the LAP End-of-Year Report in EDS, as well as ongoing technical assistance and guidance.

All LEAs will continue to be monitored annually through the submission and review of federal and state grant applications, ongoing technical assistance and guidance, end-of-year reports, and other reporting requirements.” If your LEA has an open or scheduled review from 2020-21 or before, your review will continue until it is closed. All reviews for 2021-22 will be conducted as desk reviews.

The typical five-year monitoring cycle is currently on hold. LEAs planning for reviews per that cycle for 2021-22, should assume a CPR no sooner than 2022-23 unless selected and notified.


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.