What is a Title 1 School?
- Title I can help children be more successful in school
- Parents have a voice in their child’s education
- Teachers realize the contributions of parents to their child’s education.
How does Title I work?
- The federal government provides funds to States each year for Title I after the state sends in a plan describing:
- What children know and should be able to do
- High-quality standards that children are expected to meet
- Ways their progress will be measured
- Then the State education agencies send the money to school
Districts based on the numbers of families that receive free and reduced lunch. And then the Local School District or Lea identifies eligible schools and distributes the funds.
Parents, Teachers, Administrators, and Staff will:
- Identify students who need help the most
- Set goals for improvement
- Measure student progress, using state standards
- Develop programs that supplement classroom instruction
- Involve parents in every part of the program
We need your help to…
- Determine goals for the program
- Plan and carry out a program
- Evaluate programs
- Work with your child at home and possibly as a volunteer in the classroom
Be on the look for:
- Annual Title One Parent Meeting (Open House)
- The Parent-School Compact
- School Parent Involvement Plan
- District Parent Involvement Plan