Title I Schoolwide Programming

Benefits of Operating a Schoolwide Program

A school that operates a schoolwide program is able to take advantage of numerous benefits,


  • Serving all students. A school operating a schoolwide program does not need to identify particular students as eligible to participate. (ESEA section 1114(a)(2)(A)(i)).

What does the Title l instruction look like?

Two models are used to implement instruction in Title l. One is referred to as an inclusion model. Inclusion means that the Title l teacher/Interventionist goes into the classroom to provide supplemental instruction, supporting the students as they practice tasks in the classroom. This is referred to as the ‘push in’ model. When supplemental instruction takes place out of the classroom and in the Title l classroom, we refer to it as the ‘pull out’ model. We use the model that is best for each student’s learning needs.