National Title I Distinguished Schools
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The National Title I Distinguished School Program

The National Title I Association has been selecting examples of superior Title I school programs for national recognition through the National Title I Distinguished Schools program since 1996. These schools demonstrate a wide array of strengths, including team approaches to teaching and learning, focused professional development opportunities for staff, individualized programs for student success and strong partnerships between the school, parents and the community.  What makes National Title I Distinguished Schools’ stories especially powerful are the documented student achievement gains that have resulted from their innovations.

 

Learn More About What Makes a School "Distinguished"

 


Schools are selected by their State Education Agency and must qualify under one of the following categories:

 

Exceptional student performance for two or more consecutive years

 

Closing the achievement gap between student groups

 

Excellence in serving special populations of students (e.g. homeless, migrant, English learners, etc.)