Instructions for Completing Table 14
Note: All shaded columns will be calculated automatically by OCTAE’s data system.
- In Column (B), report the number of all providers receiving a grant award or contract for instructional services from the eligible agency.
- In Column (C), report the total number of Integrated English Literacy and Civics Education (IELCE) providers receiving a grant award or contract for instructional services.
- In Column (D), report the total number of each entity receiving funds as a sub-recipient. (Entities receiving funds from a grantee as part of a consortium are to be reported in column (D).
- In Column (F), the percentage is calculated using the following formula: Cell value in Column (E) / Total of Column (E)
- In Column (G), report the total amount of State funds contributed. This amount need not necessarily equal the non-Federal expenditure report on the Federal Financial Report.
- In Column (H), the percentage is calculated using the following formula: Cell value in Column (G) / Total of Column (G)
* Provider Agency Descriptions for Table 14
Local Educational Agencies are public boards of education or other public authorities legally constituted within a State for either administrative control or direction of, or to perform a service function for, public elementary schools or secondary schools in a city, county, township, school district, or other political subdivision of a State.
Community-based Organizations (CBOs) are private nonprofit organizations of demonstrated effectiveness that are representative of a community or significant segment of a community.
Faith-based Organizations (FBO) are non-profit organizations associated with a faith community or multiple faith ministries.
Libraries are public state and community funded institutions that offer education and community services in addition to providing access to print, audio-visual and technology resources.
Community, Junior or Technical Colleges are public institutions of higher education that offer associate’s degree and certificate programs but, with few exceptions, award no baccalaureate degrees.
Four Year Colleges or Universities are public or private non-profit institutions of higher education that primarily offer baccalaureate degree programs.
Other Institution of Higher Education is a public or private non-profit institution that is not a community, junior, or technical college or a four-year college or university.
Correctional Institutions are prisons, jails, reformatories, work farms, detention centers, or halfway houses, community-based rehabilitation centers, or any other similar institutions designed for the confinement or rehabilitation of criminal offenders.
Other Institutions (Non-Correctional) are any medical or special institutions not designed for criminal offenders.
All Other Agencies include other public (Federal, State, local) agencies not listed in the categories above (e.g. Public Housing Authority).
Other categories of grantees (e.g. nonprofit institution not described above, partnership between an employer and any entity above, etc.).