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.
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.
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
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)