• Raul Yzaguirre School for Success (RYSS) is a Title I Schoolwide Campus so it is important to know a few details. One major fact to know is that Parent Engagement is a requirement for schools receiving Title I funds so parents play a very important role in their child's education.


    What is a Schoolwide Title I Campus?

    • A Schoolwide Title I campus is one that has been identified as having 40% or more students identified as Economically Disadvantaged.

    • RYSS defines economically disadvantaged as the number of student’s receiving Free or Reduced Meals.

    • Campuses identified as Schoolwide receive funding that can touch EVERY child on that campus.

    • Funding is used to raise the level of education for all students and to improve the entire education program of the school.

    • According to No Child Left Behind, a Title I Schoolwide campus must include 10 components or requirements when developing their yearly Campus Improvement Plan. Parent Engagement and involvement is required under Title I.


    What is Title I, Part A, State Compensatory Education?

    • Provides supplemental resources to local education agencies to help schools with high concentrations of students from low-income families provide high-quality education which will enable all children to meet the state student performance standards.

    • Title I, Part A supports campuses in implementing either a school-wide program or a targeted assistance program.

    • The goal of State Compensatory Education is to reduce any disparity in performance on assessment instruments administered under Sub-chapter B, Chapter 39, or disparity in the rates of high school completion between students at risk of dropping out of school and all other district students program overview.


    Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Initiatives: 


    • US Department of Education National FACE initiatives were created to protect the rights of students and parents especially families in underserved communities.
    • Provides strategies that can build effective partnerships and provides examples of how schools and districts are engaging families and the community to improve low-performing schools.
    • Striving to support growing populations of diverse students, states are increasingly creating family engagement strategies as a tool to promote educational equity. Many states are developing new and innovative approaches to integrate family engagement programs into their education systems.



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    Ttile I Statewide Initiatives