Title I, Part A funding allows for supplemental academic intervention during the school day and tutoring after school. The type of services may vary from school to school depending on school student performance data.
Most Title I schools have academic intervention teachers for reading and mathematics. These teachers provide specialized small group instruction to assist students who are not yet proficient on grade level skills. Intervention instruction may be provided in the classroom during small groups or in lab settings. Students are grouped based on performance on assessment data. The teachers differentiate instruction according to the areas of need. Progress is monitored to ensure effectiveness of instruction.
Title I schools offer additional tutoring programs for targeted groups. The program length may vary. Each school has been given the choice to determine their own tutoring schedule to meet the needs of their students. Please contact your child’s school for eligibility and enrollment information.