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Federal Programs

The mission of the Office of Federal Programs (OFP) is to provide leadership in the effective use of federal funds so that all students are prepared to compete in the global community. OFP is designed to improve our support for each school district’s education initiatives by providing a common link with the capability of looking across all the programs to support districts in meeting their goals. Each school district is assigned a District Contact for managing all OFP programs. OFP is comprised of the following divisions:

  • Bureau of District and School Support

  • Mississippi Comprehensive Automated Performance-based System (MCAPS) and Data Collection/Reporting

    • Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR)
    • OFP Highlights
    • OFP University
    • Online Application System
  • Competitive Grant Programs

    • Emergency Impact Aid
    • Homeless Education
    • Migrant Education
    • Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Program
    • Private Schools
  • Non Competitive Grant Programs

    • Evidence-based Programs
    • Neglected & Delinquent
    • Parent and Family Engagement
    • Restart
    • Title I Basic
    • Title II Effective Instruction
  • Monitoring & Compliance

    • Charter Schools
    • Title IV-A Student Supports & Academic Enrichments
    • Title V Rural Education