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Consolidated Program Review

The Consolidated Program Review (CPR) has been used to review multiple programs under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The CPR process fulfills requirements under Federal regulations (2 CFR 200) and consists of an OSPI team reviewing the Local Educational Agencies’ (LEA) federal and selected state programs.  

We are modifying the CPR process to align with guidance our office has received from state and national organizations. Our desire is to refine the process in a way that reduces the burden on LEAs and ensures a meaningful review that leads to improved student outcomes.

As this process develops, we will continue to reach out to partners for feedback. If you wish to provide feedback, please reach out through our CPR team email.

2022–23 Monitoring Continuum Process

Our monitoring process will assess compliance through a review of all aspects of a continuum of activities. This continuum includes the application process, technical assistance, guidance, program training, reporting, and CPR. As we modify our process, our goal is to strengthen student supports and outcomes, equitable access, and focus on continuous improvement.

LEA Selection

Beginning the 2022–23 school year, the criterion for LEA selection to participate in CPR will be risk-based. OSPI is no longer using a regional selection approach. The 60 LEAs with the highest risk score will participate in desk reviews. As in the past, LEAs will upload documentation in the Program Monitor application within EDS. The risk assessment will be based on a range of data related to federal program listed below and other available data (e.g., WSIF status, recent audit findings, unresolved CPR items in recent reviews, last time reviewed, etc.). This updated risk assessment is currently under development. Once the risk assessment criteria are finalized, we will post it on this page.

LEAs selected for CPR will be notified by August 2022. Informational sessions will be held in the fall for those selected LEAs.

Programs Reviewed

1. Title I, A - Improving Academic Achievement
2. Learning Assistance Program (no longer part of CPR)
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 ESEA Consultation

Program Guidance

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

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.