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Title I Programs FAQ

What is Title I?

It is the largest federal assistance program for our nation’s schools. The program serves millions of children in elementary and secondary schools each year.


Who does Title I serve?

Title I serves children in eligible schools, ages 5-17, that are identified most in need of educational help to meet the state standards.


How does Title I work?

The federal government provides funding to the states each year for Title I. The State Educational Agencies (SEA) send the money to school districts based on the number of low-income families. The local school district identifies eligible schools and provides Title I resources.


What do Title I programs offer?

TITLE I programs vary across our district.  Programs provide a number of different services.  The programs strive to help students become proficient in reading and math by scheduling support instruction beyond the regular classroom; help students meet state and district standards; fosters a positive attitude toward learning; instills life-long learning skills; assists students in discovering how they learn; provide trained coaches in Reading and Math; and encourages parental involvement in family literacy through school and district activities.