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Title I

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Improving Your Child's Education


Title I is the nation's largest federal assistance program for schools. The goal of Title I is to help every child get a high-quality education. Title I resources are directed toward students who need them most. Services may be provided at a non-public school who wish to participate.

Title I helps students, teachers and parents. The program can help:
Children do better in school and feel better about themselves
Teachers understand the needs and concerns of students and parents
Parents understand their child and are more involved in the child's education.

Title I serves children through one of two types of programs:
Schoolwide Title I programs serve all student in a school. MPS currently has 40 Title I schoolwide schools and serves 5 Non-Public targeted assistance schools.  Click here to be directed to the Title I documents sections where you can view a complete list of these schools.  

  • Working with administrators, teachers, students, and parents, Title I programs and initiatives include:

Early Childhood (Pre-K and HIPPY)
Extended Day
McKinney Homeless Children and Youth Program
Neglected and Delinquent
Non-Public Schools
Parental Involvement
Professional Development

Title I services include:
Additional Instructional Support
Professional Development
Technical Assistance
Technology and Technology Support
Tutorial Programs