Title I, Part A – Improving Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged

Published: 2/1/2016 2:40 PM

Title I, Part A is one of the many federal programs in the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Title I, Part A provides formula grants to districts. Districts then allocate funds to Title I schools based on their number of low-income children. ​

The district must use Title I funds only in schools that have been selected for services through allowable procedures. Funds are used to improve student achievement in high poverty schools. The Title I, Part A Handbook contains comprehensive information about all Title I requirements for districts and schools.
 
The U.S. Department of Education has issued a new guidance document on the Community Eligibility Provision. Click here to see details.
 
The Kentucky Highly Qualified Paraeducator Program specifically addresses educational qualifying factors for paraeducators providing instruction in a program supported by Title I-Part A funds.
 
Useful Web Links
 
 
 
Important Title I Notifications
Click here or in the navigation bar on the left to go to a list of Title I Notifications from USDE.
 
Title I vs Title II – How Can the Funds Be Spent?
      Click HERE to see comparisons

USEFUL DOCUMENTS

Title I, Part A HANDBOOK

 
Ranking Report (RR) FORM
(this is a compressed file)

     RR FAQ's 

     RR DIRECTIONS 

     RR CHECKLIST


Comparability Report (CR) FORM (8-7-15)
       (this is a compressed file)

    CR GUIDE/DIRECTIONS (8-7-15)

    CR CHECKLIST


Parent Involvement CHECKLIST

ESEA Flexibility Waiver Guidance for Districts

Request to Extend Availability of FY2010 Funds


On-site Monitoring Checklist


Maximizing ESEA Flexibility

Title 1 Infinite Campus Data Standards


TRAINING MATERIALS

2015 Summer Training

Maximizing ESEA Flexibility Superintendents Webcast (May 31, 2013)

Cadre Training Materials

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​Jason Radford
Office of Next-Generation Schools and Districts
Division of Student Success
500 Mero Street, 8th Floor CPT
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-2116
Fax (502) 564-7820