Federal Programs - Title I
Documents and Resources
Georgia's Title I Handbook
Title I Academic Achievement Programs
Title I Schoolwide Programs
Title I Targeted Assistance Programs
Title I Monitoring
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the advantages of being a Title I School?
Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) provides financial assistance to states and school districts to meet the needs of academically at-risk students. The goal of Title I is to provide extra instructional services and activities which support students identified as at-risk of not meeting the state’s performance standards.
Which schools and students does Title I serve?
Currently, the school district provides Title I funding to schools with poverty rates higher than 68%.
What will Title I do for my child?
The Title I program will provide your student with additional academic support.
Which students does Title I Serve?
The program serves students in Title I elementary, middle and high schools who have demonstrated a need for additional academic support. Each Title I school is identified as a “targeted assistance” school or a “school-wide” school. “Targeted assistance” schools serve students who are most in need of Title I services. “School-wide” schools serve all students to improve the entire educational program.
What do Title I programs offer?
Title I programs generally offer: additional teachers and/or paraprofessionals; opportunities for professional learning for teachers; additional instructional technology, materials and supplies; increased learning time for students who need additional support; and educational materials and resources for parents.