What is Title I?
Title I is the federal program that provides funding to local school districts to improve the academic achievement of disadvantaged students. It is part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act first passed in 1965. That Act is reauthorized by Congress from time to time, and often given a new name. It is currently known as the No Child Left Behind Act.
The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 authorizes two distinct program structures under Title I: Targeted Assistance (TA) School Programs and School-wide Programs
Targeted Assistance Program at Liberty Elementary School
The Liberty Elementary School operates on a Targeted Assistance Program.This program provides supplemental educational services to eligible children who demonstrate the greatest need for special assistance.