Title I Administration


Parent Programs

Title I has strengthened and/or expanded requirements for involving the parents of Title I students. These requirements include:
Involving parents in the planning and implementation of the Title I program at the school site.
Utilizing a minimum of one percent of the school's Title I allocation to support the Every Student Succeeds  Act (ESSA), Section 1116, Parental and Family Engagement requirements.
Conducting a Title I Annual Parent Orientation Meeting at each school implementing the Title I Schoolwide Program to inform parents of the school's participation in the Program.
Distributing the Title I Program Parent Notification Letter to all parents in the Title I Program at the school site.
Meeting the requirements of the Parents Right-To-Know.
Providing the Title I Administration, Miami-Dade County Public Schools Consultation and Complaint Procedures.
Having the current M-DCPS Title I District Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) accessible to parents.
Developing, reviewing, and distributing the School-level Title I Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) to all parents of students attending schools implementing the Title I Schoolwide Program.
Developing, reviewing and distributing the Title I School-Parent Compact to all parents in the Title I Program at the school site
Further information may be found in the M-DCPS Title I Administration Handbook by clicking on the links below:
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), Section 1116 – Parent and Family Engagement
Title I School-level PFEP (Distributed at school sites)
Title I School-Parent Compact (Distributed at school sites.)
The School Board of Miami-Dade County Bylaws & Policies, 2111-Parent Involvement-A Home-School-District Partnership
District Advisory Council (DAC) and Regions Parent Advisory Councils (PAC)
Parents’ Reception Area and School-Site Parent Resource Center
DAC Talk Newsletter for Title I Parents, The Voice of Title I Parents and Title I Quarterly Bulletin
Title I Neighborhood Resource Center




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