• Title I - Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged

    Title I is the most significant federal assistance program for education in the United States. Title I programs empower schools to allow children to gain the knowledge and skills outlined in the state content and performance standards intended for all students and to encourage active parental involvement. Qualified schools use Title I funds to purchase supplementary instructional materials and technology, employ additional staff, provide professional development, offer parent engagement programs and resources, and establish extended day/year programs.

     Title II - Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High-Quality Teachers and Principals

    Title II funds support professional development activities to prepare, train, and recruit highly qualified teachers and principals. Title II funds are used to support intensive, high-quality professional development activities in the core academic subjects.

    Title III - Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students

    Title III funds are additional resources to the core ESL program for professional development, materials/supplies, parenting, and extended-year programs. 

     Title IV - Title IV, Part A: Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants

    Title IV is intended to improve student’s academic achievement by increasing the capacity of states, local education agencies (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 to improve the academic achievement and digital literacy of all students.

    Title V- The Rural and Low-Income Schools Program

    The purpose of Title V of the Rural and Low-Income School (RLIS) program is to provide rural districts with financial assistance for initiatives to improve student achievement.