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Rural Education Achievement Program:

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Rural Education Achievement Program

The Small, Rural School Achievement Program

Title V, Part B, Subpart 1

SRSA is a rural school initiative with two components:

The eligibility requirements are the same for both components.

The U.S. Department of Education awards SRSA funds annually directly to eligible school districts on a formula basis. Funding does not flow through OSPI. You can apply for funds through the U.S. Department of Education's grants website called “G5,” at www.G5.gov. The application period closed on April 20. (Applications received after this cannot be guaranteed funding.) The Department publishes an official notice in the Federal Register to give notice to the public that the application period is opening. The Federal Register notice includes the opening and closing dates for the application and details about the school districts that are eligible or need to apply for SRSA funds. The public notice regarding SRSA is posted at http://www2.ed.gov/programs/reapsrsa/applicant.html.

An eligible school district that chooses eligible to participate in SRSA may not receive funding under the RLIS program.

 

Rural Resources

SRSAP Overview

Rural Education Center

Rural School and Community Trust

Contact Information

Tony May, (360) 725-6231
Rural Education Program Supervisor

   Updated 5/22/2018

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