Title I is part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. It is a collection of federal laws that are designed to improve the achievement of public school students. Title 1 allows schools to receive additional funding for specific Title I programs and in turn are held accountable for showing marked improvement in those areas. The schools must then prove to the government that the extra money spent resulted in student advancement. The school’s general education department is in charge of Title I programs.
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