What is Title I?Title I is a federally funded supplemental education program that provides financial assistance to local education agencies to improve educational opportunities for children.The Title I program was established to develop competence and interest in reading and math. Students who show a need in either reading or math or both subject areas receive assistance.The goal of Title I is to provide the opportunity for students to meet state content and performance standards in reading, writing, and mathematics through:
Our program is developed and operated by a highly qualified staff of Reading Specialists.Parents of all children in Title I schools may request and receive timely information regarding the professional qualifications of the children's classroom teachers.
- extended learning time
- high quality curriculum
- instruction by highly qualified staff
- increased family involvement
Last Modified on September 20, 2017