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The Comprehensive, Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP) is a web-based planning and grants management tool, and connects district goals for improvement to budgeted activities. CCIP is used by local education agencies (LEAs), charter schools and non-LEAs to apply for federal and state funds:

  • Entitlement/Formula
    • Title I, Part A
    • Title I, Part C (Migrant Education)
    • Title I, Part D, Subpart1
    • Title II-Part A
    • Rural Education Achievement Program (RLIS and SRSA)
    • School Improvement Grant
  • Competitive
    • McKinney-Vento
    • 21st Century Community Learning Centers
    • After-School Quality Improvement

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: