How to Make Sense of Title I Funds

As of 2019, there are 26 federal grant-making agencies and over 900 federal technology funding programs that can help under-funded schools in low-income districts purchase new technologies for their students. Federal funds can also help these schools train teachers, boost parent and community involvement, and improve overall academic achievement.

Success starts with education. And for today’s K-12 students, that education starts with access to technology. But technology—whether one-to-one device programs or filtered broadband Internet—isn’t cheap.

That’s where funding comes in.

There is a specific federal fund to help disadvantaged students across the country close the achievement gap between them and their higher-income peers: Title I.

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