Division of Title I →
The Division of Title I Programs (DTP) implements Title I mandates of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of 2015 especially as it relates to:
Title I schools receive technical assistance from DTP and Title I instructional specialists to help staff implement a focused school improvement plan linked to a research-based instructional program and increase student achievement so that schools achieve annual measurable objectives.
DTP works with schools to plan and implement a comprehensive school improvement process. Our team
All Title I schools can request assistance from the instructional specialist in analyzing their formative and summative assessment data. The goal is to help schools use data as the basis for identifying areas of need when making instructional decisions. Schools focus on using the monitoring tools developed as a part of the school improvement process.
DTP assists school personnel in assessment, data collection, and analysis of formal and informal data for use in targeting and monitoring the effectiveness of academic interventions. Members of the team:
All students receive instruction based on the approved MCPS curriculum. To assist schools in meeting state standards, additional resources are provided for schools to fund supplemental paraprofessional and professional positions, purchase instructional materials, coordinate professional development, or suport schoolwide initiatives to support the instructional program. All Title I schools receive sustained assistance from the Title I instructional specialist, including staff training and planning with school leadership teams.
DTP supports schools in the design and delivery of research-based instructional practices by
The ESSA mandates parent involvement at the school level as a part of the Title I program. Each school receives funds to support a consistent comprehensive parent involvement program. The Title I instructional specialists assist in the development and implementation of the required parent involvement plan and programs.
DTP collaborates in the development of personalized family involvement polices designed to support individual student achievement by