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NEW Title I Resource
The Title I, Part A Handbook: Tools and Tips for Title I Directors is intended to assist Title I Directors in managing their Title I programs throughout the school year. The technical assistance documents in the Title I, Part A Handbook are intended to provide an overview of the authorizing statute and should be used in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) policy guidance.
(pdf, 1.1mb | doc, 1.4mb)



Parent and Family Involvement Guide
This guide underscores the importance of parent and family involvement as it relates to student achievement and includes suggestions and resources for program enhancement.
(pdf, 804kb)



NC Title I Directors by LEA
This spreadsheet provides contact information for Title I directors across North Carolina (excel).
(xls, 175kb)    LAST UPDATED: MAY 21, 2013



Title I Q&R
This "Question and Response" document contains updates on topics of interest regarding NCLB implementation.
(pdf, 20kb)



Federal Guidance
Click on a topic below for guidance from the US Department of Education.



Comparability Resources
The Comparability Handbook is designed for Title I program administrators. The purpose of this handbook is to provide assistance for completing comparability reports to ensure that expenditures from local and State funds distributed for curriculum materials and instructional supplies to Title I schools are comparable to the funds distributed to non-Title I schools. Title I program administrators should use this handbook when completing the comparability report.

Title I Updates