Behavior Support Funding (PRC 29)
The North Carolina General Assembly has allocated funds to provide resources to help school systems appropriately serve students with severe and complex behavioral-emotional needs. The links below provide the grant information and forms. The Regional Behavior Support Consultants help school systems develop their project request and provide oversight and technical assistance once the funds are allocated.
Charter School/LEA State Funding Transfer Request
Instructions for completing charter school/local education agency state and federal transfer request forms for children with disabilities can be found at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/fbs/allotments/forms/
Community Residential Center Program (CRC)
Assists local education agencies in providing special education and related services to eligible children with disabilities served in approved community residential centers through the LME (Local Management Entity).
Developmental Day Center Program (DDC)
Assists local education agencies in providing special education and related services to eligible children with disabilities served in certified developmental day centers.
Group/Foster Home Program (GFH)
Reimburses local education agencies that provide educational services to eligible children with disabilities residing in group and foster homes and not counted in the regular, state, and federal child counts.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA, Part B)
To demonstrate eligibility via procedures to receive grant awards under 611 and 619 of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
North Carolina State Improvement Project (NCSIP)
To establish and implement, in alignment with the comprehensive system of personnel development, program support services to significantly improve the performance and success of students with disabilities in North Carolina.
Risk Pool Program (RPF)
To demonstrate eligibility via procedures to receive grant awards under Program Report Code (PRC114) of the Individuals with Disabilities Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEIA).
Out-Of-District Placement Program (OOD)
Reimburses local education agencies for educational services provided to eligible children with disabilities served in out-of-district school settings.
Special State Reserve Funds (SSRF)
A reserve is established to use when all available state, federal and local resources have been exhausted. They are to be used for emergency situations, such as high-cost children or severely disabled children.