Title I, the largest elementary and secondary education program, supplements State and local funding for low-achieving children, especially in high-poverty schools. The program finances the additional academic support and learning opportunities that are often required to help disadvantaged students progress along with their classmates.
These tables (last updated 04/01/2009), which are organized by State, show local educational agency (LEA) allocations under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Amounts shown on these tables do not include the funds that will be allocated under the annual FY 2009 appropriation.
Actual amounts received by LEAs will be smaller than shown here due to State-level adjustments to Federal Title I allocations. States adjust allocations, for example, to reflect LEA boundary changes or the creation of new LEAs, including charter school LEAs, that are not accounted for in the statutory calculations. States must reserve 4 percent in fiscal year 2009 for school improvement activities.
THE DATA ON THESE TABLES ARE FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY AND DO NOT CONSTITUTE ANY BINDING AGREEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
To see the Recovery Act ESEA Title I LEA allocation for your school district, scroll down the following list to your State, select a file format and click on its icon. When the State file opens, scroll down the list of LEAs to find yours.
To read Portable Document Files (PDF) you will need Adobe's Acrobat Reader; if you do not have Acrobat you can download a free copy from Adobe. EXCEL files are provided for those who have Microsoft EXCEL software.
Previous Year ESEA Title I LEA Allocations: FY 2002 - FY 2008
View ESEA Title I LEA Allocations for Fiscal Years 2002-2008: