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District Title I
Parental Involvement Coordinator
Cheryl Hagar
(701) 420-7504

What is Title I?

Title I is a federal program that has been in existence since 1965. The goal of Title I is to provide instructional services and activities to meet the needs of educationally disadvantaged children. It is part of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation from the federal government.

Title I schools in the MPS system can help:

1. Children
* improve their reading and math achievements by providing research-based reading and math instruction guided by research-based assessment.
* learn and apply research-based reading and math strategies.

2. Parents
*become a partner in their children's education through communication, involvement, and education.

3. Classroom Teachers
* by providing assessment and progress monitoring data to inform instruction in the classroom.
* by providing substantial instructional intervention in reading and math to their students.
* by developing research-based programs to supplement the regular classroom instruction in reading and math.


Resources for Parents

District Parental Involvement Policy

Title I Programs - North Dakota Department of Public Instructions Title I website for general information, requirements and key issues.

Title I Parent website - North Dakota Department of Public Instructions Title I website for Parents.

Parent/School Compact - Form that breaks out the parent, student and school responsibilities for improved student academic achievement through receiving Title I services.

Minot Public Library

NDSU Parent Resource Center

North Dakota State PIRC