Annual Title I Parent Conference for parents, educators, and community members.
At this conference, parents and community members will:
- Get a better understanding of the County’s Title I Parent Involvement Plan, which is part of the district’s Master Plan;
- Participate in workshops on how to work with educators as equal partners; Receieve information on how to support learning at home, work with diverse populations as well as topics such as understanding No Child Left Behind and Title I.
What is Title I ?
Title I is a federally funded program reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001(NCLB). 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 meet challenging state academic standards. The restricted grant funds provide supplementary funding to improve the teaching and learning of children Funds are to be used only for programs that supplement, and do not supplant, the services that would be provided in the absence of these funds.
The conference is taking place at Eleanor Roosevelt HS on Saturday, October 29th from 8am-1pm.
All Title I schools benefit from centralized program services that include; instructional support, professional development, technology support, and parent involvement initiatives. Schools are required, by law, to develop school-parent compacts that define both school and home responsibilities for improving student achievement.
Information Provided By:
PTA Council, Inc.
P.O. Box 6139
‘Keeping Our Eyes on the Prize – Our Youth’
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