Targeted Assistance

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A targeted assistance school receives Title I, Part A funds to provide services to a select group of children – those the school identifies, on the basis of multiple educationally-related objective criteria, as failing or most at risk of failing to meet the state’s challenging content and performance standards. A targeted assistance school may not provide services for all students in the school, or for all students in a particular grade.

Targeted Assistance Requirements

Targeted Assistance Monitoring
The NDDPI is required by federal law to monitor local Title I, Title II, Title IV, English Learners, Homeless, and Foster Care programs to ensure compliance with procedures and regulations. Program staff in the Division of Student Support & Innovation will monitor these programs annually.

Targeted Assistance Resources