Title V: State Innovation And Local Flexibility

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Title V, Part B, Subpart 2, Rural Education

This grant provides funds to rural school divisions serving concentrations of children from low-income families. A grant to an eligible school division is made according to a formula based on the number of students in average daily attendance served by the division. Funds may be spent in one or more of the following categories:

  • Activities authorized under Title I, Part A;
  • Activities authorized under Title II, Part A;
  • Activities authorized under Title III, Part A;
  • Activities authorized under Title IV, Part A; and
  • Parental involvement activities.

2024 Title V, Part B, Subpart 2 Applications

Each eligible school division is required to complete a Title V, Part B, Subpart 2 application to request funding to provide low-income children living in rural areas with a high-quality and comprehensive educational program to meet their unique needs and help them obtain the same challenging state academic content and student achievement standards that are expected of all children.


Division program coordinators should contact their program specialist for information about the application for federal funds.

Memoranda from Virginia State Superintendent to school division superintendents:





Virginia Title V Coordinators

Virginia Department of Education Title V Staff & Assignments

List of Title V Staff by Regions (Word)