Title I Schoolwide Programs
What is a Title I Schoolwide Program?
- A schoolwide program is a comprehensive school reform model.
- The model is designed to generate high levels of academic
achievement in core academic areas for all students, especially those
who are not demonstrating proficiency in meeting the states academic
content and achievement standards.
Benefits of Schoolwide Programs
- Flexibility combining resources, serving all students, redesigning the school and its services.
- Coordination and Integration reduction in curricular and instructional fragmentation.
- Accountability clear and coordinated; all students are responsible for achieving the same high standards.
- Unified Goals schoolwide programs bring parents, the community and
the school together to redesign and improve the school.
Title I schools that operate a targeted assistance program and wish to move to a Title I schoolwide program must first submit to CDE an Intent to Plan for Schoolwide form. All forms must be submitted by March 31, 2010.
Below are a set of documents that are helpful to those schools that currently operate a Title I schoolwide program and those seeking to better understand this program:
- NCLB section 1114 Schoolwide Programs - pdf
- Comparison of Targeted Assistance and Schoolwide Programs- pdf
- USDE Schoolwide Guidance (May, 2006) - pdf
- Consolidated Title I Schoolwide Programs - pdf
- Checklist of Title I Schoolwide Programs - pdf
- US Department of Education Title I Schoolwide PowerPoint - pdf
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