Educator Awards - Title I Academic Achievement Award
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Title I Academic Achievement Award

The Academic Achievement Award is an award to honor Title I schools that have significantly raised achievement in math and/or reading through a specific strategy.

What do award recipients receive?

  • A $10,000 award that may be used for professional development, team building, additional research and developing new strategies.
  • Statewide recognition at conferences and on OSPI’s website.

What is the nomination and application procedure?
Principals, administrators and educators may submit nominations. Self nominations are acceptable. Nominated schools will be asked to complete a comprehensive application. For additional information on the nomination and application procedures, please review Memorandum No. 045–12.

Who is eligible?
Any Title I school that has met Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) in school year ending in 2012 and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in school years ending in 2010 and 2011, in math and reading may be nominated.

How are recipients selected?
An OSPI committee will review all completed applications based on the following criteria:

  • Quality of the description of strategies and processes.
  • Potential for successful adoption of strategies at other schools.
  • Replication of results.
  • Process used for addressing the Nine Characteristics of High Performing Schools.

Contact Larry Fazzari at (360) 725-6100 for additional information about this and other Title I programs.



2013–14 Title I Part A Academic Achievement Award Winners

No award recipients for 2013-14.

2012-13 Award Winners and Previous Recipients

   Updated 1/6/2014

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