Title I, Private Schools Program

Deborah Ernst

deborah.ernst@lausd.net

333 S. Beaudry Ave.
16th Floor
Los Angeles , CA 90017

 

PHONE:

(213) 241-6990
(213) 241-6996

FAX:

(213) 241-8032 or
(213) 241-8033

 


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As a Federal Program under ยง1120 of Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and amended by No Child Left Behind (NCLB), Title I provides supplemental educational services to eligible students attending private schools.  To be considered eligible, students must reside in the attendance area of a LAUSD participating Title I school, and be failing, or at risk of failing, to meet academic achievement standards. Instructional services are provided by public school teachers, or through a third-party contractor, and may be during the regular school day, before or after school, or during the summer session. These services are intended to supplement the school's core curriculum ensuring that all children have a fair, equal and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education. The services may be provided at the private school location, including religiously affiliated schools. The law also requires that the teachers and parents of participating Title I private school students receive equitable services.

NCLB requires the District to develop Title I services in consultation with private school officials, and to document the consultation by means of a signed affirmation. Funds are generated based on the number of private school children residing in a LAUSD Title I attendance area that meet the poverty guidelines established by the Federal government. To meet the definition of equitable services, the per-pupil allotment (PPA) must be same as that of eligible Title I students attending public schools.



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