Title I

Title I Programs Stakeholder Meeting June 2, 2020 and June 3, 2020
Key to Success?

Stokes County Equity Plan

Parents Rights to Know


North Carolina and No Child Left Behind

 

 What is Title I?

Title I is the largest single federal funding source for education. It is intended to help ensure all students have the opportunity to get a good education and meet academic standards.

About half of the schools in NC receive Title I funding. All 115 NC school districts receive funding.

Eleven elementary schools, as well as Meadowbrook Academy, in Stokes County receive Title I funding: GermantonKingLawsonvilleLondonMount OliveNancy ReynoldsPine HallPinnaclePoplar SpringsSandy RidgeWalnut Cove and Meadowbrook Academy.

How is Title I Eligibility Determined?

Each school's free and reduced lunch percentages are used as the criteria of eligibility for receiving Title I funds.

Flexible Use of Funds

Schools may use their funds to pay for educational programs that will benefit the entire school population which includes:

  • At Risk
  • Academically Gifted
  • Exceptional Children
  • Limited English Proficient
 

What Kinds of Services?

  • Additional teachers to reduce class size
  • Tutoring
  • Teacher assistants and other support staff
  • Purchase of materials, supplies, equipment
  • Prekindergarten programs
  • Professional development for teachers and staff
  • Workshops/parental involvement activities for parents
 

North Carolina ESEA Flexibility Waiver Request Information