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Title I Funding

Title I, Part A is the largest source of federal education funding. The goal of Title I is to improve achievement in high-poverty schools by providing additional academic support and learning opportunities for the education of low achieving, disadvantaged students.

Title I funding is distributed to schools based on a formula, which means schools do not compete for the funds. Schools with 15% or more of children in poverty may be selected as Title I schools. Those with 40% or more can operate school-wide programs. Schools with 75% are required to receive Title I funds.

Schools must use Title I funds to help students meet state academic standards. Among other expenses, schools may provide extra teachers, intervention programs, supplemental materials, technology, and professional development.

Title I Funding timeline

PreK-12 district and school Title I directors and specialists rely on McGraw-Hill Education curriculum solutions for many reasons, including:

  • Alignment to state standards
  • Research-based and effective instructional strategies
  • Flexible implementation models
  • Data-driven instruction and reporting
  • Supports for struggling students
  • Comprehensive professional development options
Key Title I Criteria
McGraw-Hill Education Solution
Provide opportunities for all students to meet the State’s proficient and advanced levels of student academic achievement.
With flexible options for differentiating instruction embedded in all of our programs, McGraw-Hill Education programs incorporate the latest in research-based instructional models to help you reach and teach all learners, at all proficiency levels.
Use effective methods and instructional strategies that are based on scientifically based research.
Learning Science is our approach to improving educational outcomes. Grounded in deep insights into how learning happens, it guides us to deliver tools, platforms, and services proven to power performance and achievement.

Our efficacy research informs us how to best serve those needs and deliver solutions that harness an understanding of how the mind works to make each learning moment more engaging, efficient and effective.

Across our enterprise, we’re focused on reimagining learning through our research to create a truly innovative teaching and learning experience.

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Strengthen the core academic program in the school.
With a range of PreK-12 comprehensive classroom solutions, McGraw-Hill Education is the right partner to help you meet your students’ daily educational needs.

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Include strategies for meeting the educational needs of historically underserved populations.
We support at-risk students with individualized, adaptive learning through both teacher-led and technology-based instruction and intervention.

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