Title I

Federal Programs Title I - Improving Your Child's Education


Title I is the nation's largest federal assistance program for schools. The goal of Title I is to help every child get a high-quality education. Title I resources are directed toward students who need them most. Services may be provided at a non-public school who wish to participate.

Title I helps students, teachers and parents. The program can help:

  • children do better in school and feel better about themselves
  • teachers understand the needs and concerns of students and parents
  • parents understand their child and are more involved in the child's education.

Title I serves children through one of two types of programs:

  • Schoolwide Title I programs serve all student in a school. MPS currently has 38 Title I schoolwide schools and serves 2 Non-Public targeted assistance schools.  Click here to be directed to the Documents sections where you can view a complete list of these schools.

Working with administrators, teachers, students, and parents, Title I programs and initiatives include:

  • Early Childhood (Pre-K and HIPPY)
  • Extended Day
  • Migrant
  • McKinney Homeless Children and Youth Program
  • Neglected and Delinquent
  • Non-Public Schools
  • Parental Involvement
  • Professional Development

 Title I services include:

  • Additional Instructional Support
  • Professional Development
  • Technical Assistance
  • Technology and Technology Support
  • Tutorial Programs

To view a full text version of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, click here