9/22 11:30 Early Out for School Improvement Day
Empowering students to take the next step

NCLB Title I

No Child Left Behind- Title I Program

No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and Title I

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 is directly aligned to the Title I program. The NCLB Act creates funding through the Title I program that schools receive. Schools are now held accountable to their students, families, and community more than ever through Academic Standards testing. Schools that do not meet AYP in one year are placed on academic warning. Schools that do not meet AYP in more years than one are placed in academic status. There are several levels to the academic status that a Title I school could be placed in. Schools not making academic progress in two or more years must offer Public School Choice to all students. Schools not making academic progress in three or more years must offer Supplemental Educational Services.
Monmouth-Roseville Title Schools
Lincoln
Harding
Central
Monmouth-Roseville Jr. High
 

Number of students who were eligible for and the number of students who participated in public school choice:

2012-2013 (None)

2011-2012 (None)

2010-2011 (None)

2009-2010 (None)

2008-2009 (None)

2007-2008 (None)

Number of students who were eligible for and the number of students who participated in supplemental educational services:

2012-2013- 124 students qualified/11 participated

2011-2012 N/A

2010-2011 N/A

2009-2010 N/A

2008-2009 N/A

2007-2008 N/A