Title I

The Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Team will be providing information, answering questions, and establishing a connection with all Federal Program Directors. Returning directors are welcome to attend and receive information, ask questions, and be a resource for the new directors.

Marcia Beckman
ESEA Director
mmbeckman@sde.idaho.gov
208-332-6953

Please register by OCTOBER 8, 2014.
REGISTRATION LINK | Powerpoint Icon New Directors' Training Presentation

CFSGA (Consolidated Federal and State Grant Application) Webinar Schedule
April 10, 2014Title I-D Neglected/Delinquent Registration Web Link | PDF Icon PowerPoint
April 15, 2014Title I-C Migrant Education Program Registration Web Link | PDF Icon PowerPoint
April 18, 2014Title II-A Teacher and Principal Quality Registration Web Link | PDF Icon PowerPoint

Title III Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Registration Web Link | PDF Icon PowerPoint

Students and State LEP | PDF Icon Data Collection Form | PDF Icon W/O State LEP Funds
April 21, 2014 Title I-A Basic Education Registration Web Link | PDF Icon PowerPoint
April 22, 2014Title X-C Homeless Education Registration Web Link | PDF Icon PowerPoint

Title VI-B Rural & Low Income Schools Registration Web Link | PDF Icon PowerPoint
CFSGA (Consolidated Federal and State Grant Application)
WORKSHOP 2014

Register Now!

  • Idaho Falls on April 28 (1-5PM) at the Hilton Garden Inn | Register Here
  • Idaho Falls on April 29 (ALL DAY) at the Hilton Garden Inn | Register Here
  • Twin Falls on April 30 (ALL DAY) at the Herrett Center | Register Here
  • Twin Falls on May 1 (8-NOON) at the Herrett Center | Register Here
  • Nampa on May 7 (ALL DAY) at the Nampa Civic Center | Register Here
  • Nampa on May 8 (8-NOON) at the Nampa Civic Center | Register Here
  • Coeur d'Alene on May 14 (ALL DAY) at the Coeur d'Alene Resort | Register Here

Information About Title I-A

Title I-A is a Federal program intended to help ensure that all children have the opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach proficiency on challenging state academic standards and assessments. Title I-A targets resources to districts and schools where the needs are greatest. Title I-A provides flexible funding for additional instructional time for students who are most at risk for not meeting state academic standards. This funding may also be used to provide professional development, extended-time programs, and other strategies for raising student achievement in high-poverty schools. Title I-A provisions provide a mechanism for holding states, school districts, and schools accountable for closing the achievement gaps and improving the academic achievement of all students.

Title I-A Served Schools in Idaho
Complaint Procedures
School Accountability Report Cards
Annual Measurable Objectives

Title I-A Newsletter