What Is A Title I School?
Title I schools are determined by the percentage of students at each school who are eligible for free or reduced-priced lunch.
Title I funds promote:
- High academic achievement for all children
- A greater focus on teaching and learning
- Flexibility to foster local initiatives coupled with responsibility for student performance
- Improved connections among schools, parents, and communities
Parents may find one or more of the following in a Title I school:
- Intervention classes providing intensive assistance in reading, math, writing, and/or science
- Additional resource teachers and paraprofessionals/assistants who are highly qualified
- Additional training for school staff
- A variety of teaching methods and materials
- Special learning events for parents and families
- Training for parents and families to help their child/children do better in school
- Extended Day and Year Programs such as Before and After School Tutoring and/or Summer Learning Programs