Title I

  • What is Title I?

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    Title I is the United States Federal Government largest education program to support public schools. Funded through the Elementary & Secondary Act (ESEA), Title I is designed to support all students in meeting the State Standards. The goal is to emphasize high academic standards in an effort to help students succeed academically and reach grade level performance expectations.

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  • What are some typical Title I Services?

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    Columbia Heights Public Schools offers Title I programs to meet the needs of students at individual schools. In all of our buildings, this means a "targeted" program where selected students receive additional academic instruction or other types of assistance to support them in school. Typically services focus on providing additional help in reading and/or math instruction.

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  • What are other uses of Title I funds?

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    Columbia Heights Public Schools allocates Title I funds to provide training to administrators, teachers and assistants and support district wide family engagement activities. Title I funds also help a special population of students including those attending non-public schools, early childhood students and students/families experiencing homelessness.

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  • Do all schools in the District have a Title I program?

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    Coming soon!

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  • Who are Title I students?

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    Typically students identified as needing Title I services are those having academic difficulties or other concerns that are affecting their academic achievement in school. Students' needs are usually identified by their teachers based on test scores and other measures of academic performance. Those who show the greatest educational need and are not already receiving special education services or Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services (ADSIS) services are served first.

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  • How does Columbia Heights Public Schools integrate services?

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    Coming soon!

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  • Who can I contact for more information?

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    Contact the Teaching & Learning Department at 763-528-4435.

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Title I School Wide Plans