Federal Program Coordinator Trainings
Through the Division of Federal Programs, IU5 Federal Program Coordinator Training targets new and veteran federal program coordinators. Three trainings presented throughout the school year focus on topics that provide support and guidance to survive the daily duties of a federal program coordinator. These trainings are typically held in September, February, and May.
Additional information can be found at: Pennsylvania Association Federal Program Coordinators or within our IU5 Federal Program Resource Link Database
Title I, Part A ConsortiumThis consortium is for school districts or charter schools who would like help with their Title I program. Services include technical assistance, budget submission, quarterly reports, budget revisions, Final Expenditure Reports, consortium meetings, and monitoring support.
Title I, Part D ConsortiumThis consortium is for Neglected and Delinquent facilities. These facilities are not permitted to receive direct funding from the state so the IU acts as the fiscal agent for these facilities. Services include technical assistance, access to templates, eGrant application completion, budget submission, quarterly reports, budget revisions, Final Expenditure Reports, consortium meetings, and monitoring support.
- Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
- IU5 Federal Program Resources (compilation of site links)
- PA Association of Federal Program Coordinators (PAFPC)
- PA Department of Education: Division of Federal Program (DFP)
- Neglected & Delinquent Advisory Committee
- State Parent Advisory Council (SPAC)
- Uniform Grant Guidance (UGG)