Local District WestTitle I Program
"The purpose of Title I is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and State academic assessments."-United States Department of Education
Title I Program
The Title I program receives federal funding from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA/Title I, No Child Left Behind Act of 2001). Title I funds are allocated to schools based on poverty percentages on the annual Title I ranking. These percentages are determined by the number of low-income students, aged 5 to 17, enrolled on CBEDS day who qualify for free- or reduced-price meals or CALWORKS. The intent of Title I program is to meet the educational needs of children in low-income households and children in local institutions for neglected or delinquent children. Participants include students who are at risk of failing, disabled, and English Learners. The Title I program supplements services needed to raise the academic achievement level of kindergarten through grade 12 participants in basic and advanced skills.
To view the current Title I Ranking, Click Here
LD West Title 1 Coordinators' Role:
To design, develop, and administer a technical support system that will assist central offices, Local Districts, and schools to execute federal and state school improvement mandates and to utilize site based resources that result in improved student learning.
We provide capacity building and support on:
- Title I, Part A, Fiscal and Program Requirements
- Federal Program Monitoring (FPM)
- Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)
- School-wide Programs (SWP)
- Coordination, monitoring and training of school staff (Title I Designees) in the area of Title I Program compliance
- Conduct school support visitation to assist school staff in the implementation and enhancement of practices for the compliant coordination of Title I programs and provision of instructional services for at risk students
Single Plan for Student AchievementAll schools will be writing a Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) during the 2021-2022 school year.
Budget ResourcesAll Budget Resources can be accessed here.When developing your school budget, please keep the following information in mind:
- Must be based on the assessed needs of participating students as determined by conducting a comprehensive needs assessment as described in the SPSA.
- Must demonstrate a clear relationship between the planned supplemental instructional program and expenditures.
- Must support improved academic achievement, or restructuring budget expenditures if necessary.
Links to LAUSD Offices
Title I Designee Meeting DatesTitle I DesigneeSPSA Technical Assistance Meeting DatesSPSA - Technical Assistance PowerPoint PresentationsAnnual Title I MeetingAnnual Title I Meeting documentation (agenda, flyer, sign-ins) due October 31 in the Principal's Portal.For Annual Title I Meeting PowerPoint and Parent Notifications. Click Here