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 Title I Preschool and Family Literacy

The purpose of serving preschool children under Title I is to provide high-quality early childhood experiences that can help children in Title I schools and programs have the foundation to meet academic standards and experience success throughout elementary and secondary school.

Technical Assistance and Support for Title I Schools

  • Training for preschool practitioners to learn how to apply scientifically research-based practices in their classrooms;
  • Workshops for parents to learn the scientifically research-based practices that may be used in the home to help ensure that their child enters kindergarten with the foundational skills necessary to succeed;
  • Disseminating information through publications, conferences, and other events;
  • Coordinating Title I efforts with Department of Early Child Care and Learning;
  • Monitoring programs to ensure that Title I preschool is meeting program goals; and
  • Encouraging the use of mentoring relationships between effective preschools and those that are struggling.

Four Components of Family Literacy

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Adult Education
  • Parent and Child Interactive Literacy Activities
  • Parenting Education

 Contact Information

Margo DeLaune
Phone: 404-656-4028

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