• Title 1, Part A

    The Title 1, Part A program provides supplemental funding to state and local education agencies that pays for resources to improve education quality and help ensure all children in low-income contexts meet the state's student performance standards


    Parent Rights
    Parents have the right to be involved in the Title 1, Part A program through—

    • Evaluation, planning, and implementation of the program
    • Parent activities to better prepare their child in their education
    • Evaluating, reviewing, and approving the Title 1, Part A parent involvement policy for the campus
    • Being informed on the level of achievement of their child
    • Being informed if their child has been taught by a non-highly qualified teacher for 4 or more consecutive weeks
    • Evaluation, review, and approval of the School-Parent contract
    • arent-Teacher conferences
    • Assisting teachers, pupil services personnel, principals and other in the value and utility of contributions of parents

    The Value of Parents

    Studies have found that students with involved parents, no matter what their income or background, are more likely to—

    • Earn high grades and test scores and enroll in higher-level programs
    • Pass their classes, earn credits, and be promoted
    • Attend school regularly
    • Graduate and go on to postsecondary education

    How to Get Involved

    • Join local and national school/parent organizations
    • Support school extra-curricular activitiesVolunteer at the school
    • Attend parent-teacher conferences
    • Communicate with your child’s teachers regularly (email, phone, etc.)
    • Keep your child’s teachers informed about events in his or her life which may affect his/her performance at school
    • Discuss with your child’s teachers and parent organizations other ideas for parent involvement

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