Oregon Department of Education
Working Gears

Grant Application, Awards, Non-Regulatory Guidance & Evaluations


Grant Application and Awards

This page provides current information on grant opportunities, awards and resources in Oregon Department of Education's 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Program.

21st CCLC Cohort #3 Grantees - Year #3 Awards 2015 - 16

The Oregon Department of Education has announced the awarding of Year #3 funds for all 22 current Title IV-B grantees for the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) program. This year’s award from the U.S. Department of Education for 2015-16 was sufficient for ODE to continue funding all grantees at 100% of their originally approved proposal.
  • Contact Info Year 3, 2015-16 Schools sites PDF
  • ODE 2013 Grant Application Template PDF
    This document is the 2013 Request for Proposal (RFP) used in competition for Oregon’s 2013 - 2018 grant awards, based on the 2001 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislative renewal of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Oregon’s next competitive application opportunity, scheduled for early 2018, will be based on the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the ESEA re-authorization signed by the President in December, 2015.

21st CCLC Side-by-Side: NCLB & ESSA

This document compares the statutes of the 2001 NCLB 21st CCLC federal legislation with the 2015 ESSA 21st CCLC federal legislation. Language removed from NCLB is shaded (in blue) and language added in ESSA is shaded (in yellow). This document supplies interested community learning center providers, partners and stakeholders with a comparison to help statewide and local communication, planning and preparation efforts for transition to ESSA implementation. The document is intended to serve as a working document that has been reviewed yet may not be fully error or omission-free.

21st CCLC Non-Regulatory Guidance MS-Word

This federal resource document is designed to help State educational agencies (SEAs) and eligible public and private schools and organizations throughout the country understand how they can successfully participate in this important initiative.

Statewide Evaluations

Title IV-B of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) includes the requirement that State Education Agencies receiving funds shall conduct periodic evaluation of programs and activities carried out under this part and will make public dissemination of the results.

The American Institutes of Research (AIR) completed the statewide evaluation of Oregon 21st CCLC programs in October 2012. Below are found their principal reports from this work:

  • Pete Ready Email    (503) 947-5785
    Federal Systems - Education Specialist