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Schoolwide Title I

Schoolwide Title I 

 

The federal government provides funding to each state that submits a Title I plan describing what students are expected to know and be able to do.  The state then sends money to school districts based on the number of families below a set income level.  Our school district then uses the money to provide support to students in reaching the standards of performance that all students are expected to meet.

 

A Schoolwide Tile I program allows schools that qualify to use Title I money to pay for educational programs for the whole school, not just for selected services and programs that can help improve your child’s education.  Title I money may be combined with other funds to pay for new programs.  All students are held to the same high standards.   A schoolwide program is based on the district and state standards for what students in each grade should know in reading, math, social studies, and science. Goals are set to help all students reach the standards.  The schoolwide plan is revised annually to determine if there has been improvement in student achievement.   Successful Schoolwide Title I programs are a result of schools and parents working together.

 

*Osceola Public Schools is in compliance with Title I requirements for all teachers. You may request information regarding the qualifications of your child’s teacher. This information can be viewed in the superintendent’s office. 

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