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Title I-D Neglected and Delinquent or At-Risk Children

Title I-D reauthorized under the Every Student Succeeds Act.

This grant has two subparts:

  • Subpart 1: Provides allocations for State Agency programs designed to serve the needs of students residing in state funded facilities for neglected or delinquent children and youth.
  • Subpart 2: Provides allocations to LEA's or school districts having local facilities for neglected or delinquent children or youth within district boundaries. Subpart 2 funds can be used to supplement and support programs for students currently in locally ran facilities, transition, as well as those for students defined as "at-risk" by the Title I Part D Statute.

Please visit our Data & Reporting Requirements for Title I-D webpage for information on data collections and reporting for Title I-D.

To be subscribed to the Title I-D listserv, please contact Emily Swope.

Program Planning, Evaluation, & Monitoring

Below are tools that will be useful for planning and sustaining programs designed for at risk youth. Please consult the calendar below to view upcoming training opportunities.

Formal Agreements

Formal Agreement Resources
This tools will assist Districts in meeting requirements for Title I-D for formal agreements between the District and the facility.

Monitoring

Needs Assessment

Title I-D Needs Assessment Tool

Resources

This information contains the federal non-regulatory guidance as well as information on Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) related to the academic needs of students residing in correctional facilities located within the boundaries of public school districts.

Federal & National Resources

ODE Trainings & Tools

Oregon Title I-D Newsletter - Coming Soon!

Webinars

Title I-D Coordinator Contact Information:

Email Jen Engberg
255 Capitol St. NE. Salem, OR 97310

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