Comprehensive Centers Program

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Funding

2014

Appropriation: $48,445,000
Number of New Awards: 0

Number of Continuation Awards: 22
  • 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 7 Content Centers
Average Continuation Award:
  • $2,574,768 for Regional Centers
  • $1,480,120 for Content Centers
Range of Continuation Awards:
  • $769,240,000 to $4,565,141 for Regional Centers
  • $1,322,768 to $2,382,290 for Content Centers

The Indian Education National Activities program provided supplemental funding to the following centers: North Central, Northwest, South Central, West, and Standards and Assessments Implementation.

The School Improvement Grants National Activities program provided supplemental funding to the Center on School Turnaround.

The Special Education Technical Assistance and Dissemination program and the Career and Technical Education National Activities program provided supplemental funding to the Center on Great Teachers and Leaders.

The Preschool Development Grant National Activities program provided supplemental funding to the Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcomes.

2013

Appropriation: $48,445,000

2012

Appropriation: $ 51,113,213
Number of New Awards: 22
  • 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 7 Content Centers
Number of Continuation Awards: 0
Average New Award: $2,370,237
Range of New Awards:
  • $825,000 to $4,895,053 for Regional Centers
  • $1,428,571 to $2,478,571 for Content Centers

Three Regional Center awards (Northwest, South Central, and West) include $331,000 each from the Indian Education National Activities Program.

One Content Center award (Great Teachers and Leaders) includes $750,000 from the Special Education Technical Assistance and Dissemination program and $300,000 from the Career and Technical Education National Activities Program.

2011

Appropriation: $51,210,374
Number of New Awards Anticipated: 0

Number of Continuation Awards:
  • 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 5 Content Centers
Average Continuation Award:
  • $2,703,511 for Regional Centers
  • 3 at $2,438,326 each and 2 at $1,438,326 each for Content Centers
Range of Continuation Awards:
  • $814,647-$5,721,335 for Regional Centers
  • $1,438,326-$2,438,326 for Content Centers

2008

Appropriation: $57,113,846
Number of New Awards Anticipated: 0

Number of Continuation Awards:
  • 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 5 Content Centers
Average Continuation Award:
  • $2,900,138 for Regional Centers
  • 3 at $2,580,000 each and 2 at $1,580,000 each for Content Centers
Range of Continuation Awards:
  • $875,000-$6,290,000 for Regional Centers
  • $1,580,000-$3,580,000 for Content Centers

2007

Appropriation: $56,256,750
Number of New Awards Anticipated: 0

Number of Continuation Awards:
  • 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 5 Content Centers
Average Continuation Award:
  • $2,900,000 for Regional Centers
  • 3 at $2,500,000 each and 2 at $1,500,000 each for Content Centers
Range of Continuation Awards:
  • $860,000-$6,000,000 for Regional Centers
  • $1,500,000-$2,500,000 for Content Centers

2006

Appropriation: $56,256,750
Number of New Awards Anticipated: 0

Number of Continuation Awards:
  • 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers
  • 5 Content Centers
Average Continuation Award:
  • $2,900,000 for Regional Centers
  • 3 at $3,000,000 each and 2 at $2,000,000 each for Content Centers
Range of Continuation Awards:
  • $850,000-$5,980,000 for Regional Centers
  • $1,000,000-$3,000,000 for Content Centers

2005

Appropriation: $56,824,736
Number of New Awards: 20
Estimated Range of Awards: $1 million-$4.5 million in Fiscal Year 2005

FY 2006 - FY 2009

The President is requesting that Congress provide $56.8 million in FY 2006 for the program. Of that amount, approximately $54,000,000 will be available to support the centers.


 
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