Title I/LAP

Definition

Title I, Part A is a federal program that provides additional instructional services and activities.  These additional supports help students in meeting the challenging state academic standards and closing the educational opportunity gap.  

The Title I, Part A Program allows LEAs and schools to offer services and interventions that support struggling learners. Title I, Part A is one of many programs governed by ESSA. Two types of programs schools can fund through Title I, Part A are Schoolwide and Targeted Assistance. 

Schoolwide means that all students— based on academic need—are eligible to receive the additional instruction this federal program will fund. 

Targeted Assistance makes it possible to provide the same benefits but only to selected students based on academic need. 

Title I.pdf
Parents Rights.pdf