Title 1

 


Title I - Part A

It's the largest federal assistance program for our nation's schools.  

 The goal of Title I is a high-quality education for EVERY child.    

How Title I works:  

The federal government provides funding to states each year for Title I.  To get the funds each state must submit a plan describing:

  • What all children are expected to know and be able to do;

  • The high-quality standards of performance that all children are expected to meet;

  • Ways to measure progress.

State Educational Agencies (SEA's) send money to school districts based on the numbers of low-income families.

The Local School District (called the Local Educational Agency, or LEA) identifies eligible schools and provides Title I resources.

The Title I School (this includes parents, teachers, administrators and other school staff) works to:

  • Set goals for improvement;
  • Measures student progress using standards set forth in the state's Title I Plan;
  • Develop programs that add to regular classroom instruction;
  • Involve parents in all aspects of the program.

Title I Serves Children through:

Schoolwide Programs - schools with 40% or more of children from low-income families can develop schoolwide Title I programs to serve ALL students.  Schoolwide programs can combine Title I funds with federal, state and local funds to improve school programs.

Grady County Title I schools (Eastside, Northside, Southside, and Washington)are schoolwide programs. 

Parent Involvement is the cornerstone of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)! Get involved. Know your child's teachers and be active in your child's school.  Together we can make a difference!

  "Be There"

For additional information about Title I please see our links listing.



Title I, Part C - Migrant Education

Migrant Education provides financial assistance to improve education for migrant children.  Grady County Schools are part of a consortium of school systems supported by the Southern Pines Migrant Education Program.

Title II, Part A - Supporting Effective Instruction 

The Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting Fund provides assistance for preparing, training, recruiting and retaining high quality teachers.  Funding provides professional learning activities, which enhance teacher skills and directly impact student learning.

Title III, Part A - Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient (LEP) and Immigrant Students

The Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient (LEP) and Immigrant Students program provides resources for helping LEP students attain English proficiency and meet the same challenging State academic standards required for all students.  Grady County Schools are part of a consortium of schools supported by the Southwest Georgia RESA/Georgia Department of Education Title III, Part A Program.

Title IV, Part A - Student Support and Academic Enrichment 

Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) grants are intended to improve students’ academic achievement by increasing the capacity of States, LEAs, schools, and local communities to:

  1. provide all students with access to a well-rounded education,
  2. improve school conditions for student learning, and
  3. improve the use of technology in order to improve the academic achievement and digital literacy of all students. (ESEA section 41​01).

Title V, Part B - Rural and Low Income Grant

The Rural and Low Income Grant provides supplemental funding for programs and materials, which support the academic goals and school improvement needs of the school system.