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					10 Components of a Title I
  Schoolwide Program
1. Comprehensive needs
   assessment of the entire school
           STUDENT DATA
      92
      90
      88
      86
      84
      82                                   Grade 3
      80
      78                                   Grade 4
      76                                   Grade 5
      74
      72
      70
           2004-   2005-   2006-   2007-
           2005    2006    2007    2008
 2. Schoolwide reform strategies:
• Provide opportunities for all students to
  succeed
• Use effective, scientifically-based research
  methods
• Strengthen the core academic program
• Increase quality and quantity of learning time
• Enrich and accelerate curriculum
• Address the needs of all students
• Determine that the needs have been met
• Determine if strategies are consistent with
  state and local improvement plans
3. Highly-qualified professional staff



                         Instructional
Parent Facilitators           Paraprofessionals      Registered Nurses/
                                                  Licensed Vocational Nurses




  “Success for All Students” Teachers       Instructional Teacher Advisors
  and Instructional Tutors
4. High quality and ongoing
   professional development
5. Campuses utilize strategies
   to attract and retain highly-
   qualified staff
6. Parental involvement
        Parent Involvement
• Each school is required to
  develop jointly a written
  school-parent compact with,
  and distribute to, parents.
• Campus staff must review and
  revise the compact at the
  beginning of each school year.
      Parent Involvement
• Each school shall convene an
  annual meeting, at a convenient
  time, to inform parents of their
  school’s participation under the
  No Child Left Behind Act to
  explain the requirements of Title
  I, Part A, and the right of parents
  to be involved.
7. Transition from Early
   Childhood Programs
8. Include teachers in decisions
   about assessments
9. Effective, timely additional
   assistance for students
   having difficulties
 10. Coordination and Integration
    of Federal, State, and Local
      Services and Programs

Coordinate efforts with other programs
supported by NCLB:
•   Violence prevention programs
•   Nutrition programs
•   Head Start
•   Adult education
•   Career and Technical Education
•   Job training
 Coordination and Integration of
    Services and Programs

• Upgrade the entire educational
  program of the school.
• Reduce delivery of ‘fragmented’
  services to students.
• Increase the amount and quality of
  learning time.
                              Instruction by
                Schoolwide   Highly-Qualified
   Needs         Reform            Staff
                Strategies
 Assessment                  Recruit Highly-
                             Qualified Teachers


               Parental
Professional   Involvement
Development                     Transition from
                                Early Childhood
                                  Programs

               Effective,
Assessment     Timely         Coordination of
Decisions      Assistance     Services and
               to Students    Programs

				
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