Title I funds in a Targeted Assistance school must be used to improve the academic achievement of identified Title I students. Students must be identified based on multiple, objective, educationally related criteria. Criteria must also be generated to determine when a student may exit the Title I program. Title I supplemental services may be delivered in a number of ways, i.e., in-class instruction; pull-out instruction; and/or extended day, week, or year instruction.
Title I teacher(s) must be highly qualified and are responsible for providing supplemental services to identified students. Title I staff must coordinate with other school personnel and involve parents in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the Title I program. Districts with private schools must consult with private school representatives before making final determinations about the use of Title I funds.
- WI RtI Center
- RtI Professional Development
- Title I and RtI
- Title I, Part A Targeted Assistance Program Resource
- Utilizing Paraprofessionals in a Title I Targeted Assistance Program