How Title I and LAP Help Children
    Title I and LAP work to provide supplemental services to identified children who are low-achieving or at risk of low-achieving.

    Title I and LAP    

    Identify students with the most educational needs.
    Set goals for improvement.
    Measures students progress using state standards.
    Involve parents in the program.
    Provide for more teachers and paraprofessionals.
    Provide training for school staff.
    Provide extra time for student instruction.
    Supply teaching materials.

Last Modified on December 5, 2017