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It is the intent of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction to submit a consolidated application to access funds beginning July 1, 2002 under No Child Left Behind (P.L. 107-110).

The purpose of North Carolina's consolidated application is to ensure that a structure is in place to assure that all children will be proficient or above on state assessments no later than the end of the 2013-14 school year. Funds available through No Child Left Behind will be used in conjunction with state and local funds to provide all students with the opportunity to meet challenging state standards under the ABCs of Public Education, North Carolina's primary reform initiative.

2003 Consolidated  Application
(pdf, 412kb)

Title III Revision 2011
(pdf, 30kb)

21st CCLC Revision 2011
(pdf, 378kb)