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Title I Annual Meeting. What Every Family Needs to Know!. Title I is part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and provides about $12 billion per year in federal aid to local schools.

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title i annual meeting
Title I Annual Meeting
  • What Every Family Needs to Know!
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Title I is part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and provides about $12 billion per year in federal aid to local schools.

  • Title I funds are targeted to schools with high numbers of children from low income families.
  • 48,000 public schools (58%) receive Title I funds.
  • Title I serves 12.4 million public school students.
title i glossary
Title I Glossary

School wide programs – Schools with more than 40% low income students can choose to have this program that serves all students in the school

Targeted Assistance– Schools with less than 40% low income students or not operating school wide must have this program that serves only qualified students

AYP – Adequate Yearly Progress

School Improvement– Status of schools that have failed to make AYP for at least 2 years

Public School Choice– Option available to all students in any Title I school if school is in improvement

Supplemental Services– Service available only to low income students the second year a school is in improvement

what does it mean
What Does It Mean?

Schools are more accountable than ever and they need parents to work with them so all students do well.

For more information contact:

(place State Parent Information & Resource Center (PIRC) contact information here)