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Purpose: Under the recent legislation of No Child Left Behind (NCLB), Title I, Part A is supplemental funding to support high poverty schools in providing opportunities for children to acquire the knowledge and skills in the State content standards and to meet the challenging State performance standards developed for all children. These funds are meant to supplement, not supplant regular education funds.In addition to serving students in public school, districts are obliged to serve students who would be eligible in the public school, but are attending non-public schools. Districts must also serve students in the facilities for Neglected and Delinquent children with Title I funds.
 

Types of Programs: Title I, Part A funds may be used in a Schoolwide model or a Targeted Assistance model.
A schoolwide program allows the use of Title I funds to upgrade the entire educational program to meet the educational needs of all students in a school. In Northside this option is made available to campuses with a poverty threshold greater than 50%. The threshold is reviewed each year during the planning cycle.
A targeted assistance model supports only identified students meeting certain criteria.

For 2013-2014, Northside I.S.D.has 42 Title 1 schoolwide campuses and no targeted assistance campuses.

 
Accountability: Under the accountability provisions in No Child Left Behind (NCLB), states, school districts and campuses are evaluated annually for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) . The Texas AYP Plan meets the requirements of NCLB and maintains the integrity of the Texas Assessment program.
 
Services:Programs/activities supported, all or partially, by Title I funds are:

-Accelerated Reading/Math
-Supplemental reading and math specialists
are provided on each campus to help students in reading and math.

(Click here for Secondary Mathematics and Curriculum):
Community Liaison: The community Liaison provides assistance to parents in becoming partners in their children’s education.
 
Extended Day: Funding is provided for before and after school, Saturday (some schools) and Summer (when funds are available) for academic assistance in the content areas.
 
Staff Development: Funds are provided for teachers in the Title I schools to receive professional development in the content areas to become effective, highly qualified professionals and paraprofessionals.
 

Parent Involvement (View the District Title I Parental Involvement Policy Brochure)(2013-2014)
Family Literacy strategies are presented in an informal game format for parents and students to play while developing skills in the content areas.

There is coordination with NISD Even Start, NISD Connections, Family Service Association, Head Start, and Communities in Schools (CIS).

 
NOTE: Not all programs are available on all campuses.
 
(See Title I Schools)
 
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