You may have been using your EANS funds for programs such as tutoring, professional development, STEAM learning, and social and emotional support. Title I-IV funding covers all of these services and more. Here’s a breakdown of Title I-IV funding as well as the Catapult Learning services and programs that can be adopted through Title funds.
Title I: Improving the Academic Achievement of Struggling Learners
Title I gives all children the opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, high-quality education, including effective, supplemental instruction for eligible students, professional development for their teachers, and parent and family engagement activities. Some Catapult programs you can use under Title I include:
Title II: Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High-Quality Teachers, Principals, or Other School Leaders
Title II funding is intended to increase student academic achievement through supporting programs that improve teacher and principal quality and increase the number of highly qualified teachers in the classroom and highly qualified principals and assistant principals in schools. Our Title II-eligible programs include:
Title III: Language Instruction for English Learners and Immigrant Students
The purpose of Title III is to ensure that English Learners (ELs) attain English proficiency, including instruction specifically for ELs and recent immigrants, support for their teachers and other educational personnel, family engagement activities, and the purchase of materials to support EL instruction and programs for immigrant children and youth.
- High-impact coaching
- Workshops and institutes
- Literacy First®
Title IV: 21st Century Schools
Title IV provides student support, academic enrichment grants, and 21st Century Learning Community Centers. Title IV-A can be allocated toward projects developing well-rounded education, safe and healthy schools, and effective use of technology. Catapult’s Title IV-eligible programs include: