Title I is part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) to ensure all children have an equal opportunity to a high-quality education. This act provides federal funds to the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to help local educational agencies (LEA) and public schools with significant percentages of socioeconomically disadvantaged students to assist all students meet state academic and achievement standards.The critical program elements of Title I are:
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- needs assessment and program plan design,
- parental involvement,
- services to students enrolled in private schools,
- high-quality teachers and paraprofessionals,
- coordination of services for homeless students in non-Title I schools,
- support for Title I Focus and Priority schools and comparability.
Last Modified on January 28, 2016