Schoolwide Model – Title I, Part A
A schoolwide program takes the form of a comprehensive reform strategy
designed to improve all educational programming in a school. The primary goal —
ensure that all students, particularly those who are low-achieving, meet and
exceed the learning goals defined by state academic standards.
Schools that receive Title I, Part A funds and use the schoolwide model must complete
these 4 reform strategies:
- Conduct a comprehensive needs assessment.
- Identify goals and strategies that address those needs.
- Commit to putting the strategies into action and meeting related goals.
- Create a comprehensive plan.
- Conduct an annual review that evaluates the effectiveness of the schoolwide program.
- Revise the plan as necessary.
Schools — Integrate Your ESEA-AYP School Improvement Plan into Indistar
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (WMV) (MP4) | Webinar FAQ's (PDF) January 2015
Districts — Integrate Your ESEA-AYP School Improvement Plan into Indistar
Presentation (PPT) | Webinar (WMV) | Webinar Questions Log (PDF) December 2014
Indistar on OSPI’s Student & School Success (OSS) Site
Action Planning Tool Resources and Materials |
Indistar Login |
Fiscal Time & Effort
Planning — Checklist & Worksheet
Guidance — Schoolwide Programs
Schoolwide & Targeted Assistance: Program Models/Templates
Accountability in Schoolwide Programs
Targeted Assistance Program
State & Federal Awards
Title I Schools Achieve!
List of District Administrators
Committee of Practitioners
Inventory of Form Packages Title I, Part A 201, 244, 245, 246, 247, 361
Laws & Regulations
Title I, Part A
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