Welcome to the Nebraska Department of Education’s Federal Programs web page.
Below are the resources and services our division provides to Schools, Administrators, Teachers, and the Public from all over Nebraska.
Nebraska Waivers Received by the United States Department of Education
Education is primarily a State and local responsibility in the United States. It is States and communities, as well as public and private organizations of all kinds, that establish schools and colleges, develop curricula, and determine requirements for enrollment and graduation. These federal programs assist in completing the educational goals of our students.
- Title I Allocations Public 2022-23
- Title I Allocations NonPublic 2022-23 (Estimate)
- Title I NonPublic Served 2022-23
- Title I D Allocations 2022-23
- Title II-A Allocations Public 2022-23
- Title II-A Allocations NonPublic 2022-23 (Estimate)
- Title III Allocations EL 2022-23
- Title III Allocations IE 2022-23
- Title III Allocations NonPublic EL 2022-23
- Title III Allocations NonPublic IE 2022-23
- Title IV-A Allocations Public 2022-23
- Title IV-A Allocations NonPublic 2022-23 (Estimate)
The GMS is a web-based system used by the Department for processing various grants and plans. The system supports application submissions, amendments, and approval as well as the issuance of grant award notifications. The system also supports the processing of payments against grant awards through reimbursement requests.
Its purposes are to provide:
- districts an easy to use mechanism with a common look and feel originating from various sources
- quick response time between the Department and districts
- real time financial representation.
A majority of grants continue to be placed on the GMS which has become the principal method for processing Department issued grants.
NEW GMS Canvas Hub
Newly developed Canvas modules to support K-12 Public District and Non-Public School superintendents, business managers, and others who work in GMS. The modules cover various GMS topics and helpful tips to navigate through GMS in any order and at your own pace. The Grant Management System (GMS) Canvas Hub can be found on the NDE Canvas site.
2022-2023 ESSA Consolidated Application Support Sessions
The next COP meeting will be held Wednesday, March 29, 2023 @
Tom Dinsdale Chevrolet Conference Room Grand Island
1708 S. Webb Road Grand Island
9:00 am – 2:00 pm (CST)
2022-2023 Admin Days Federal Programs Presentations and Resources.
2014 Federal Programs Conference ( Updated 2015)
- Everything…Federal Programs General Session
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers
- Allowable Expenditures & Submitting Requests for Reimbursements
- Federal Accountability
- Preparing for NCLB Monitoring: Time and Effort Reporting
- Data Reporting for Title I
- Highly Qualified Teacher and Para Requirements
- Title III-Language Acquisition
- Blending Parent Involvement
- Title I-A Targeted Services
- Title I Schoolwide Programs
- Applications in GMS
- Equitable Services for Nonpublic