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Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.
Title I, Part A of ESEA was originally undertaken by President Lyndon B. Johnson as a part of his “war on poverty”. It was then and is now the largest compensatory education program in America. The intent of Title I is to narrow the education gap that exists between middle and low income children by providing extra resources to help improve instruction in high-poverty schools.
Equitable Services to Eligible Private School Students
2016-2017 Title I Application Webinar
2016-2017 Title I Application Instructions
At Risk Index Title I Reference
Title I State Coordinators Arts Letter.
Title I Preschool Student Eligibility and Selection
Webinar: Use of Poverty Data for Title I Purposes
Title I and Community Eligibility Provision USDE Guidance
2015-16 Title I Bureau Guide
Comparability Report Presentation
ESEA Flexibility- Frequently Asked Questions
Title I Fiscal Issues: Maintenance of Effort Comparability Supplement, Not Supplant Carryover Consolidating Funds in Schoolwide Programs Grantback Requirements
ARRA of 2009- Using Title I, Part A ARRA Funds for Grants to Local Educational Agencies to Strengthen Education, Drive Reform, and Improve Results for Students (Though the guidance is from ARRA, it is still applicable)
Serving Students Experiencing Homelessness under Title I
Guidance on Constitutionally Protected Prayer in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
Federal Grant Equipment Form