Title I: Revisited - Video Series
In April 2015, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) celebrates its 50th anniversary. Under the original ESEA of 1965, Title I established educational equity as a federal priority by providing financial assistance to local education agencies serving children of low-income families. With an expanded scope, the policy now serves more than 21 million children and provide funds to more than 56,000 public schools with disadvantaged students.
In honor of Title I, the Education Policy Center at AIR is presenting a video series featuring Elizabeth Grant, AIR Vice President, and Monique M. Chism, Director of the Office of State Support at the U.S. Department of Education, discussing the history, influence, and future of this important legislation.
The Groundbreaking History of Title I
The Promising Future of Title I
The Future of Title I Research
The Impact of Title I
Title I and the Role of Federal and District Policy