is a federal program that serves the unique needs of children
— kindergarten to grade 12 — who struggle to learn. Title I programs and
services provide customized instruction and curricula that helps these students
meet academic standards and take an active, engaged interest in what they learn
and can do. As the oldest and largest federal education program, Title I
programs build equity of opportunity for children whose struggles often keep
them on the academic sidelines.
2015-16 District and School Improvement
New! Parent Notification — Sample Letters
Supplemental Educational Services |
SES Providers Training, Regulation, and Operation
| Adequate Yearly Progress |
Public School Choice
Pilot Project — Integrate K–6 Visual Art Lessons into Title I Schoolwide Services
The Title I, Part A office will launch a pilot project with ArtsEd Washington that integrates arts-based lesson plans and instruction within 18 schoolwide programs across Washington.
Supplemental Academic Support — Title I, Part A and the Learning Assistance Program (LAP)
The Learning Assistance Program serves eligible students who need extra academic support for reading, writing and math, or who need readiness skills to learn these core subjects.
As with Title I, Part A, eligible districts supplement the allocation they get through Washington State’s
Basic Education Act (BEA) with LAP funds. These funds never replace BEA dollars. Both programs provide important supplemental support for learning, and work toward the same goal — help students reach and exceed standard on the state assessments.
Programming & Grant Management
Schoolwide | Targeted Assistance │ Family Involvement
Forms Affirmation of Consultation with Private School Officials | Principal Attestations
Fiscal Community Eligibility Provision, Q&A and Updated Guidance | Time & Effort
FAQ | Combine Funds (B054-12)