Title I Program Provides Reading Support for Schools

/Title I Program Provides Reading Support for Schools
    Title I Program Provides Reading Support for Schools 2017-12-23T08:47:57-05:00

    Title I school-wide funds provide reading support for schools who maintain 40% or more economically disadvantaged population. The purpose of the Title I program is to elevate the educational needs of economically disadvantaged students who may not have the same opportunities as those students who are economically advantaged.

    It is part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (formally known as No Child Left Behind)

    Reading Support Program Description:

    Title I, Part A –

    The Elementary and Secondary Act provides funding to help schools with high concentrations of students from low-income families by providing a high-quality education that will enable all children to meet the state’s student performance standards. Alvin ISD has 16 campuses identified as Title I, Part A School-wide campuses. These programs must use effective methods and instructional strategies that are grounded in scientifically based research.

    Title III, Part A –

    Title III, Part A aims to ensure that English language learner and immigrant students attain English language proficiency and meet the same challenging State academic content and student academic achievement standards as all children are expected to meet. It serves as a supplement to Title I, Part A funding.

    LTK as an option

    Our school products are commonly  bought using funds made available to local school districts under this program. Contact your Title I coordinator or our team for more information.

    Private Schools

    Title I can and should be considered by private schools.  According to the text of the law:  “Local educational agencies (LEAs) must use Title I funds to provide academic enrichment services to eligible children enrolled in private schools.”

    We have worked with many schools – here is partial list

    Grovespring ElementaryPlumas Unified School DistrictRhodes Elementary
    Topeka Tilton Attendance SchoolCharlotte County School BoardSchool District of Oconee County
    Forest City Elementary SchoolBaker Middle SchoolMonroe City RI Elementary
    Des Arc School DistrictPolaris K-12Woodford Paideia School
    Audra Maunaloa ElementaryHoboken BOEButler Elementary
    HBOE - Central OfficeLeslie Fox Keyser Elementary SchoolHuston Middle School
    Bison School District 52Tenkiller ElementaryFord Elementary
    Mooreland ElementaryFillmore Central Elementary SchoolEaton Elementary
    Georgetown ElementaryLumberton Child Study TeamLincoln Elementary
    North Star ElementaryIndiana School for the DeafJasper Elementary School
    Filer ElementaryChocachatti ElementaryWhitford Middle School
    Jefferson C-123Plymouth Shiloh ElementaryHaubstadt Community School
    Clifty Creek ElementaryLaverne Public SchoolsEcho Lake Elementary School
    Edneyville ElementaryBeaufort County School DistrictPrince George High School
    Piedra Vista High SchoolGilman SchoolJefferson Elementary School
    Lone Tree ElementaryWestwood ElementaryC.B. Eller Elementary School
    Opequon Elementary Andrew SchoolColonie Central High SchoolWeir High School
    LaPorte City ElementaryPost Oak Middle SchoolLowell Elementary
    Concord Ox Bow ElementaryKenna ElementaryBessemer City Schools
    Mercer County SchoolsFerndale ElementaryLittle Chute Elem.
    Barnum Elementary SchoolBundy ElementaryMilton-Union Elementary
    Sale IB WorldLexington Elementary SchoolFranklin Elementary
    Madison Elem. SchoolPanama Public SchoolLongfellow Elementary
    Monroe ElementaryFullerton IV SchoolEugene Field Elementary School
    Miller Wall ElementaryMt. Vernon Jr. High SchoolCounty Line Elementary School
    Albany High SchoolSCCCheraw High
    Gadsden City SchoolsDuBose MiddleBlue Eye High School
    Fitzgerald ElemBluffview ElementaryClarke Elementary
    Marvin ElementaryPine Hill ElementaryTeaching and Learning
    J.S Waters School Scotts ElementaryWindsor ElementaryTongue River Elementary
    Rice Avenue Middle SchoolAustintown Local School DistrictGrindstone Elementary
    Winfield Elementary SchoolHeath Brook SchoolArkansas School for the Blind
    Butler Lab SchoolGeorge-Little Rock C.S.D.Leggett CLC
    Royalton Elementary SchoolMillstone Township School DistrictNantucket Public Schools
    Baltimore City Public SchoolsDrummond Area School DistrictBradshaw Elementary
    Jackson CenterOak Hill United School CorporationGreensburg Salem
    Pevely ElementaryWest Clay Elementary SchoolLake Mills Area School District
    Perry Elementary SchoolMaquoketa Community SchoolsHerald Elementary
    Mantachie ElementaryPrince George SchoolBurlington Middle School
    DeKalb County School DistrictFree Horizon MontessoriSeth Boyden Demonstration School
    Forrest City Public School DistrictLondon ElementaryE. Wilson Morrison Elementary School
    Canfield Local SchoolsAitken Elementary SchoolAzusa Unified School District
    Stroudsburg Area School DistrictWindsor High SchoolWauwatosa School District


    For Parents

    If you are a parent, many schools and school districts have The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) to provide additional academic support to eligible K-12 students in reading, math, writing and readiness skills.