Title I Components
These components must be identifiable in each school's improvement plan. These have been identified as essential components in the federal monitoring process not only by the State requirements for school wide programs but also the federal law as per Section 200.28.
All Title l schools must complete a comprehensive needs assessment that drives all aspects of school operations.
School reform strategies must be implemented to address the identified needs
All instructional staff must be highly qualified according to criteria set by NCLB
There must be highly quality and ongoing professional development for staff to address the needs of the school
There must be strategies in place to recruit highly qualified teachers
Parent Involvement is critical and integral to the day-to-day operations of a Title l school.
Strategies in place to aid in transition between academic grade/school levels.
Teachers are actively involved in the use of assessments with instructional decisions being driven by data analysis.
Title l schools develop specific instructional activities for students identified with the greatest needs.
Title l schools coordinate and integrate resources and services from federal, state and local sources.