What is Title I?
Title I is a federally funded educational program designed to provide support to students in the areas of Reading and Math. The CCPS Title I service delivery model is an integrated intervention model using strategies and programs that are scientifically researched based interventions, carefully selected to best meet the needs of individual students.
How are students identified to receive Title I services?
Students are assessed through a structured, multi-assessment data driven process, which reveals specific academic information about the strengths and weaknesses of each child. Student progress is monitored and services are adjusted as needed.
When and where do students receive additional instruction?
Title I students receive help during school hours either individually or in small groups
of 4-6 students. Lessons take place both in and out of the classroom.
Do all Title I schools have the identical services?
Not necessarily. Administration and classroom teachers along with the Title I staff in each
building, make instructional decisions based on data to best provide for the needs of each
population. However, county wide procedures and policies provide for consistency in service
How can I help my child as a parent? (click here)
How is a student selected for Title I? (click here)
How can I contact my child's teacher? (click here)