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Federal Education Programs » No Child Left Behind » Title I Funding

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Big Money for School Improvement: Title I School Improvement Funds Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) and the Fiscal Year 2009 Appropriations

Author(s): CEP
Published: April 13, 2009

States and school districts will receive an unprecedented amount of funding -- more than $4.5 billion -- in the coming months targeted at providing extra assistance to schools that have failed to meet achievement targets under the No Child Left Behind Act. This report outlines how the Title I school improvement funds are distributed to school districts and what types of activities those funds can support.

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Title I Funds - Who's Gaining, Who's Losing: School Year 2008-09 Update

Author(s): Tom Fagan
Published: September 9, 2008

This report discusses funding for states and schools districts under the federal Title I, Part A program for school year 2008-09. (Title I is the largest federal program assisting elementary and secondary schools, and contains the key accountability provisions under the No Child Left Behind Act.) The report highlights the impact of annual poverty count updates on the distribution of funds, and discusses funding for school improvement activities. The report also examines the targeting of Title I funds to the highest poverty districts.

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Title I Funds - Who's Gaining, Who's Losing: School Year 2007-08 Update

Author(s): Tom Fagan
Published: August 15, 2007

This report discusses funding for states and schools districts under the federal Title I, Part A program for school year 2007-08. (Title I is the largest federal program assisting elementary and secondary schools, and contains the key accountability provisions under the No Child Left Behind Act.) The report highlights the impact of annual poverty count updates on the distribution of funds and discusses the mandatory state reservation of funds for school improvement activities.

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Title I Funds - Who's Gaining and Who’s Losing: School Year 2006-07 Update

Author(s): Tom Fagan
Published: August 1, 2006

School Year 2006-07 Update. This report provides information on the federal Title I, Part A funding for states and school districts for school year 2006-07.

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A Shell Game: Federal Funds to Improve Schools

Author(s): Thomas Fagan
Published: February 1, 2006

This report describes problems with the way the funds under the No Child Left Behind Act are made available to schools identified for improvement.

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Title I Funds - Who's Gaining and Who's Losing: School Year 2005-06 Update

Author(s): Thomas Fagan
Published: July 1, 2005

The report shows the top gaining and losing school districts in Title I funding in the 2005-2006 school year.

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Title I Funds - Who's Gaining, Who's Losing, and Why (School Year 2004-2005)

Author(s): Thomas Fagan
Published: June 1, 2004

The report analyzes the mechanism for funding for Title I under the No Child Left Behind Act and the states that have either lost or gained federal funding under the program for school year 2004-2005.

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