What is Title I?
Title I is part of No Child Left Behind, an educational law passed in 2001. Title I is the
largest government program for schools.
What does Title I do for schools?
Title I gives extra MONEY to schools that have a lot of low-income students. This helps
make sure that ALL students get an A+ education. Title I money helps:
Students do better in school.
Give more training to teachers.
Get parents more involved.
How do schools use Title I money?
Hire extra teachers.
Give staff more training.
Host more activities for parents.
Buy more teaching materials.
Buy more computers and software.
Title I schools need your help!
Title I schools need YOU on their team. Parents can help in many ways:
Go to school meetings and activities.
Talk to your child’s teacher.
Read at home with your child.
Get other parents involved!
Where can I get more information?
What is Title 1?
U.S. Department of Education
Florida Department of Education
CCPS Title 1 Parent Involvement Plan
Parent Right to Know Letter