State & Federal Titles
This funding is to assist schools in meeting the educational goals of low-income students. Title I funds typically support supplemental instruction in reading and math. Students that might be served by Title I funds include migrant students, students with limited English proficiency, homeless students, at-risk students and students in need of academic intervention. Students can be classified as at-risk for numerous reasons. Reasons they might be classified as at-risk include: low academic performance, being held back a grade for one or more years, or if they are experiencing homelessness.
Title II funds are intended to increase student success by providing educators with evidence-based professional development activities that are sustained, intensive, collaborative, job-embedded, data-driven, and classroom-focused. These funds are used to provide continuous, ongoing training that helps educators understand academic subjects and learn strategies to help students meet high academic standards.
Title III funding is to provide supplementary programs and services specifically to our English learner students, known as English Language Learners (ELLs). The purpose of the program is to assist ELL students in attaining English proficiency and achieving grade-level and graduation standards.
Title IV Funding is to provide a well-rounded education, a safe & healthy education, and effective use of technology. The effectiveness of these practices will be evaluated through Panorama.