Title I, Part A Complaint Procedure
Title I, Part A is a federal program funded by the Every Child Succeeds Act (ESEA) that provides financial assistance to local educational agencies and public schools with a high percentage of families who qualify for the free and reduced lunch program. Title I funds are spent to improve academic achievement and enhance family engagement.
Examples of services paid for by Title I, Part A include:
- Reading & math intervention
- Trained tutors
- Extended day activities
- Summer school
- Family engagement forums to enhance students’ academic growth
Learn more about Seattle Public Schools Title I
If, as a parent, you have questions or concerns about the use of these funds in your child’s school, contact:
Supervisor: Title I/LAP Programs
If you have further questions or wish to file a formal complaint about the use of funds, the citizen complaint process can be accessed:
Online Phone 360-725-6100 | TTY 360-664-3631 | FAX 360-586-3305
Mail Your Question
Attn: Citizen Complaint Title I, Part A
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
P.O. Box 47200
Olympia, WA 98504
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