Title I of the ESEA (known as No Child Left Behind) is a grant to states, with the majority of funds distributed to school districts with a high number or percentage of low income students. Since its creation, Title I has been available for programs serving children from birth through high school.
- Using ARRA Funds to Drive School Reform and Improvement (April 24)
- April 1 Department of Education Part A Guidance PDF | WORD
- U.S. Department of Education Guidance (March 2009)
- U.S. Department of Education guidance on using Title I for preschool (April 2004)
- State allocations for Title I under the ARRA
- Allocations to school districts under Title I under the ARRA
- CLASP report on Title I and Early Childhood Programs (2007)