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- The largest federal program aiding elementary and secondary education
- Goal is to supplement (not supplant) state and local funding to ensure students from low-income families succeed academically

How Schools Receive Funds
 Funds are awarded based on formulas that consider the number of low-income students and other factors, such as the cost of education in the state. State Education Agencies (SEAs) award funds to Local Education Agencies (LEAs) based on a similar system. LEAs distribute funds to schools with high percentages of low-income students.

How Funds Can Be Used
- Schools with 40 percent or more low-income students can use Title I, Part A funds to support universal schoolwide programs.
- Schools with less than 40 percent low-income students must use the funds on targeted assistance programs that serve low-achieving students.
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