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Title Programs

Title I is a program to make sure all students have an equal chance for a good education and to reduce gaps in achievement. Schools with many students from low-income families get extra money to help. This funding is decided based on census poverty data and education costs in each state. Title I is part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), changed by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

Parents/guardians have the right to know about their child's teacher. If your child goes to a Title I school, the law requires the school to tell you about the teacher's qualifications. You can ask for this information. The school must also share details about your child's academic progress and let you know if your child is taught by a teacher who may not meet all the requirements.

Kristy Dietzenbach
Title I Coordinator

Leigh Goldie
Elementary Curriculum Director

About Title Programs