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​​​Title I, Part A - Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged  

Non-profit private schools, also known as nonpublic schools, are eligible to participate in Federally funded programs to receive equitable services for their eligible students, their teachers, and parents.  These funds may be used to provide supplementary instruction to students who are educationally disadvantaged and failing or most at risk of failing to meet high academic standards, and who reside in Title I, Part A public school zones.  Instruction may take place during the school day, before or after school, or in the summer. 
For non-public schools that qualify, services may be provided at the private school, at the third party contractor's establishment, or at another location agreed upon by the parents.  These services may be included in your service delivery plan:
   • Extended learning services/tutoring inside or outside the regular classroom
   • Family literacy
   • Counseling
   • Computer-assisted instruction
   • Any combination of services listed above
The service delivery plan must be developed in consultation with nonpublic school officials and Title I representatives. Eligible students enrolled in nonpublic schools receive Title I, Part A services, nonpublic schools do not receive Title I, Part A funds directly.
Teachers of eligible students will receive at least two professional development trainings provided by the third-party contractor.
Parents of eligible students will receive at least two parent trainings provided by the third-party contractor. 
   • A summer enrichment program is also available for nonpublic students to participate in.  The program is called Comprehension and Science Investigation (CSI) and the focus is reading enrichment.  Enrollment information is made available each spring and provides the locations, dates and times of the program as well as enrollment forms.
   • Parent to Kids is a literacy education program where parents and students participate in activities to build literacy awareness and learn activities to do together at home.
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