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For 2014-15, competitive applications for McKinney-Vento Homeless Education and 21st Century Community Learning Centers will be submitted through CCIP. Please work with local coordinators for these programs if your local education agency or charter school will apply for these grants.

The Comprehensive, Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP) is a web-based planning and grants management tool. CCIP is used by local education agencies (LEAs) and charter schools to apply for federal entitlement funds for Title I-Part A, Title II-Part A, Migrant Education, Rural Low-Income Schools, flexibility under the Small Rural Schools Achievement Program, and School Improvement Grants. The tool connects district goals for improvement to budgeted activities.

The goals of CCIP are:

  • To reduce the administrative burden placed on LEAs and charter schools when applying for grant funding;
  • To increase transparency of grant activities to ensure funds are spent in accordance with federal and state guidelines; and
  • To consolidate the planning and application process in order to reduce duplication of information across the state.

For more information about CCIP, go to: