Did you know? The U.S Department of Education provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet state academic standards.
Research shows that when schools, families, and community groups work together to support learning, children tend to perform better in school, stay in school longer, and like school more.
What is Title 1 Part A?
Title 1, Part A, is designed by the U.S Department of Education, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESEA), to support schools and districts with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families.
It is also known as Education for the Disadvantaged — Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged, Title I ESEA, Title I LEA Grants.
To help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards, the funding allocation process for Federal funds is based on four formulas that take into account census poverty estimates and the cost of education in each state.
Targeted Grants and
Education Finance Incentive Grants
How do schools receive Title I, Part A funds?
The federal government first provides funding to each state based on census data. Then, each State Educational Agency awards money to its Local Educational Agencies.
LEAs determine schools eligible for Title I, Part A funding by following ESSA Title I Part A rules. Then, each LEA determines which of their schools will receive Title I, Part A program services based on the school’s Free and Reduce Lunch percentage.
The school will then:
Identify the students who require the additional educational assistance based upon the criteria
Set goals for improving the skills of students who are educationally disadvantaged
Develop programs for each student to support or supplement regular classroom instruction
Measure each student’s progress to determine the success of the Title I, Part A program
If you’re looking for a math resource, Mathletics offer comprehensive solutions to help K–8 students in Title 1 schools excel in mathematics.
Our program ticks all the criteria below:
✔ Address state standards
✔ Close the achievement gap
✔ Offer scientifically based strategies
✔ Extend learning time
✔ Provide customized professional development
✔ Support parental involvement
As a comprehensive learning tool, Mathletics offers real-time reporting to monitor progress of the whole class or individual students, simplified lesson planning and hundreds of curriculum-aligned lessons and activities.
The various audio support in Mathletics also helps facilitate learning for Government-funded Special Education (SPED) students and English language learners (ELL) students.
By blending intrinsic and extrinsic rewards, we provide students with real challenges to test their mathematical skills and knowledge through best practice gamification and motivation pedagogy.
How Mathletics aligns with key tenets of Title 1
Key Tenets of Title 1
Alignment to Mathletics
High-quality, standards-aligned curriculum and assessments
Comprehensive coverage of K–8 state standards
Correlated scope and sequence combines rigorous learning with engaging activities
Formal and informal opportunities for assessment: formative and summative assessment to teachers and informal assessments to students
Closing the achievement gap
Ability for teachers to assign activities to meet individual needs and provide differentiated instruction
Students are encouraged to repeat activities to improve their achievement scores and develop a growth mindset
Effective, scientifically based instructional strategies
Highly structured and effective research-based strategies and activities in all lessons
Evidence-based strategies employing a balanced numeracy approach to mathematical learning and foundational fluency
Extended learning time
Online program for seamless use on different devices
Access at school, after school, or at home, making learning possible anywhere at any time
Lessons that enable independent work at students’ appropriate level
Customized professional development that balances theory with practical classroom strategies
Tailored to meet individual district goals and school improvement plans
In-class coaching, demonstration teaching, and more
Instructors who are certified educational consultants and former educators with experience in early childhood education and numeracy
Opportunities for parental involvement
Connects learning between school and home, giving parents an active role in the learning process
Easily accessible on different devices, allowing for home use with parental involvement
Assessment and reporting procedures allow students, parents, and teachers to receive instant feedback on progress and achievements made
What educators are saying
“We LOVE Mathletics. When students see the iPads they get “super”-excited – they know it means “MATHLETICS TIME”. It has improved their reading, problem solving skills and to this point in the year their understanding of patterning, fractions, and probability. This program helps me to know where they are and where I need to re-teach and go next. The assigning of work, the gathering of data and information helps give a better picture of student success. Students are now very excited to go up in their Mathletics levels. Gold is the goal!”
“The biggest classroom impact I have noticed is that students now enjoy math. Students who are below year level now have plenty of opportunities to develop those core basic skills in math, while my advanced students are able to excel and explore a variety of new topics.”
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