Training and Other Resources

罢丑别听20 regional education service centers (ESCs)听provide training and requirement-related support to grantees. For training on how to meet grant requirements, especially those associated with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) or Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), contact your regional ESC.

ESSER Training and Resources

The following resources apply to the ESSER I, CRRSA ESSER II, and ARP ESSER III grant programs.

  • ESSER FAQ: Answers to frequently asked questions are listed in the听. The FAQ will be updated regularly. Use the听听form to submit new ESSER questions to TEA staff.听
  • ESSER Side-by-Side:听罢丑别听ESSER Side-by-Side Requirements Document听provides an overview of the three ESSER grants.
  • Statewide Training:听TEA staff presented a statewide training on the ESSER grants in May听2021. 罢丑别听听provides information applicable to the听ESSER grant applications and requirements.

Allowable Cost and Budgeting Guidance

The following federal and TEA guidance relates to allowable costs:

  • Budgeting Costs Guidance Handbook听鈥 To assist grant applicants completing the budget schedules of the application as well as grantees administering a program听

Amendment Submission Guidance

After TEA approves your grant application, you may need to change your approved program. In some cases, you must submit an amendment to the application, which TEA must approve. Refer to the following resource to determine what changes to the program must be documented and approved through the amendment process:听

Expenditure Reporting Guidance

To receive reimbursement for grant-related expenditures, grantees must submit their expenditure reports through the expenditure reporting (ER) system. Refer to the following guidance for help with expenditure reports:

Handbooks and Other Guidance

The department has developed the following guidance handbooks to assist grantees:

The following links provide grantees with other grant-related guidance: