LEA Monitoring and Technical Assistance Unit
Title I, Part A funds provide supplemental funding to support educators in improving the academic achievement of students who are economically and educationally disadvantaged. The United States Department of Education awards Title I, Part A funds to state education agencies (SEAs), which subgrant funds to local education agencies (LEAs) on a federal formula based on the US Census Bureau counts of school-age children from low-income families residing in each district.
The Title I, Part A division at the Georgia Department of Education provides technical assistance, resources, and program monitoring to local education agencies (LEAs) in order to ensure all children have a “significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps" (ESSA, Section 1001).
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Title I and SNP FAQs About FY23 Poverty Counts
The following frequently asked questions (FAQ) about options for obtaining poverty counts for Title I, Part A purposes in FY23 are provided here as a resource for our LEAs. Additional questions will be added over the coming days and weeks.
If you have additional questions, please submit to: