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Federal Programs

Title I - The purpose of Title I-A is to improve the academic achievement of the disadvantaged by providing fair, equitable, and high-quality education to all children. Fund are to be used to help children meet the challenging state academic standards, which may include programs, activities, and academic courses necessary to provide a “well- rounded education.”

Title II - The purpose of Title II is to improve teacher and leader quality and focus on preparing, training, and recruiting high-quality teachers and principals and to provide students from low-income families and minority students with greater access to effective educators.

Title III - The purpose of Title III is to focus on supplemental services for ELs and recently arrived immigrants to provide student support for ELs in acquiring English language skills (linguistic supports) and achievement in rigorous state content areas (academic supports). 

Title IV - The purpose of Title IVA is to improve student academic achievement by increasing the capacity of State educational agencies (SEAs), local educational agencies (LEAs), schools, and local communities to: Provide all students with Well-Rounded Educational Opportunities, Safe and Healthy Students - Improves school conditions for student learning, and Promote the Effective Use of Technology (EUT) in supporting academic achievement and digital literacy of all students

Non-Public Schools with FASD Federal Program: Click here for more information

ARP ESSER Information: ARP ESSER Plans

Federal Program Coordinator | Dr. Natalie Lytle | 

What is the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

An Introduction to the Future Ready Index

Parent and School Compact

The School Parent Compact can be found in each Title I school's student handbook.

If you want to check out the Future Ready Index Site - Click Here