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School-Wide vs. Targeted school Title I
Old 02-03-2010, 07:55 AM
 
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Title I would like our school to become school wide (whole school) instead of our present targeted assistance.

Classroom teachers are concerned that the change will increase their paperwork/record keeping. We are in RIT and they have so much accountability to track and record.

I am Title I math/reading and I would love it if someone who has gone thru this can answer this concern.

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My school is "close" to this happening too...I'd be interested to see the responses too.
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Ours is also getting a committee together to work toward becoming schoolwide Title I. I wonder if the cause is the NCLB. Our district is in "improvement" because our kids have improved to the best of their ability and our reading scores have "flatlined" on the state test. Since we are already in improvement, I've been told we may as well be schoolwide Title and use the money in more grade levels and for more supplies. I'm also interested in the responses to this thread.
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Going school-wide shouldn't mean any more paperwork... after the plan is completed. The law states that you have to spend a year planning. This involves a comprehensive needs assessment and determining reform startegies. If you have some type of school improvement plan and/or are doing RTI, a schoolwide plan should coordinate with and complement it. The best part is being able to use funds for all students, staff and programs that are a part of your plan.
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I am changing hats next year. I have taught Title 1 math for years and years..half time.K and half time Title, then 3rd grade, then back to Title 1 math. With the cuts and changes, I will be doing "Title 1 Language Arts"--Reading. I am excited for the change, yet scared.
We are going from Targeted Assistance to Schoolwide. What will that look like?


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I'm nervous about going school wide - that means the funds can be used in different places...so untimately they could cut my Title I only position...
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