Title I Information 


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The United States Department of Education recently provided a waiver to Washington, D.C. which allows school districts more flexibility in spending federal funds. The waiver still requires that DCPS provide more intensive services to low-income students with the greatest need, such as the Proving What’s Possible grant program. In an effort to provide more focused interventions for students, DCPS will no longer offer the Supplemental Educational Services (SES) and Title I School Choice Programs. 

Please see Chancellor Henderson letter addressing the elimination of these programs, email the Office of Federal Programs and Grants at nclb.choice@dc.gov or call (202) 442-6025. 

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Title I Schools for 2013-14

Elementary Schools
Aiton
Amidon-Bowen
Bancroft
Barnard
Beers
Bruce-Monroe
Burrville
C.W. Harris
Cleveland
Drew
Garfield
Garrison
H.D. Cooke
Hendley
Houston
J.O. Wilson
Ketcham
Kimball
King
Langley
Leckie
Ludlow-Taylor
Malcolm X
Marie Reed
Miner
Moten
Nalle
Orr
Patterson
Payne
Plummer
Powell
Randle-Highlands
Savoy
Seaton
Simon
Smothers
Stanton
Thomas
Thomson
Tubman
Turner
Tyler

Education Campuses
Brightwood
Brookland
Browne
Burroughs
Columbia Heights
Langdon
LaSalle-Backus
Noyes
Raymond
Takoma
Truesdell
Walker-Jones
West
Wheatley
Whittier

Specialty 
Mamie D. Lee
Sharpe Health

Middle Schools
Eliot-Hine
Hardy
Hart
Jefferson
Johnson
Kelly Miller
Kramer
Sousa
Stuart-Hobson

High Schools
Anacostia
Ballou
Banneker
Cardozo
Coolidge
Dunbar
Eastern
Luke Moore Alternative HS
McKinley Tech
Phelps
Roosevelt
Washington Metropolitan
Woodson, HD

Targeted Assistance Title I Schools
Watkins ES
Wilson HS

 

 

 


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