Title ReadingInstructor: Mrs. Linn
Mrs. Linn's Title I Classroom
Parents can help their children be more successful by teaching them in ways that add to what the teacher is doing in the classroom.
Here are some ways that you can do that: Find out what your child is supposed to learn to meet the standards for their grade level. Keep in close contact with your child’s teacher. Make sure your child does their homework. Talk with your child about school. Attend …
Title I (pronounced “Title One”) is the largest federally funded program for
elementary, middle, and high schools. Through Title I, the federal government gives money to school districts around the country based on the number of low-income families in each district. Each district uses its Title I money for extra educational services for children who are in need of extra support.
Any child that is struggling in the classroom can receive services.
At the end of each school year all classroom teachers fill out a “Needs Assessment” on each child. The needs assessment covers grade level skills in math and reading. This assessment gives the Title I teacher and the classroom teacher a clear picture of which students are struggling and the area that needs the most work. …
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