Title I, Part A: Improving Academic Achievement of Disadvantaged Students, federal grant is a supplemental fund distributed throughout the country. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) distributes a share throughout the public school districts within the states based on a 40% economically disadvantaged enrollment threshold. TItle I funds are to be used towards extra student academic support.
Title I Families … What does it mean?
Title I Schoolwide Program (TISP) focuses on reading, math and/or language arts and is designed to supplement services to every student using variety of models. Being part of a TISP means that the school your child(ren) attends receive supplementary federal funding for academic curriculum support.
It is our goal to provide the best quality support to our Framingham Public School students. With Title I funding, our district has budgeted funding towards:
- Hiring new teachers, social-emotional staff, and support staff
- Supplemental educational field trips
- Additional teaching materials, including technology, to supplement students' daily instructions
- Variety of supplementary high quality professional development
- Special instructional classes
Why is my child’s school labeled as Title I?
What does economically disadvantaged mean? How does it impact my child’s school?
How come FPS identifies their Title I schools as Schoolwide instead of Targeted?
What other schools are receiving Title I funds? How long will the schools receive funds for?
In the beginning of the school year I always receive a form called Home & School Compact in my child’s folder. What is this form?
Why does the Home & School Compact have a space for my child’s signature? What if I do not want him/her to sign?
Barbieri Elementary School
Brophy Elementary School
Miriam F. McCarthy Elementary School
Mary E. Stapleton Elementary School
Woodrow Wilson Elementary School
Cameron Middle School*
Fuller Middle School
*Cameron Middle School is joining our Title I Schoolwide Program for the 2020-2021 school year. Cameron MS has reached the eligibility percentile of 40+%.
For additional information about your child(ren) Title I School, check out our Title I Schoolwide Program page.