Districts can apply for a waiver to carry over a portion of Title I funds into the next school year. The remaining funds must be spent by June 30th.
Title I aims to help districts and schools with high percentages of students from low socioeconomic backgrounds meet proficient and advanced levels of academic achievement. This is done by implementing effective, research-based instructional strategies that increase the amount and quality of learning time and accelerate achievement. Over 50% of SuccessMaker customers have used Title I funds to support their implementations because of the program’s proven track record of filling reading and math skill gaps to boost achievement for K-8 students with diverse needs. If you’re ready to invest your Title I funds in a solution that truly delivers on the promise of helping every student achieve, we’re ready to help.
Here’s your complete toolkit for learning how SuccessMaker can help you make the most of your Title I funds
Learn how two Title I Spotlight Schools put their Title I dollars to work to achieve real results with SuccessMaker:
See SuccessMaker in action in our content gallery which showcases reading and math lessons as well as learning management reporting capabilities.
Designed to provide customized learning for each and every student, SuccessMaker is a powerful solution for your K-8 needs. Learn what SuccessMaker has to offer both learners and educators.
Address the Common Core State Standards instructional shifts with personalized learning, student data management and accountability through SuccessMaker.
How is your school or district leveraging technology to deliver the promise of personalized learning to all students, especially students with learning differences and/or difficulties? How are teachers balancing the need to provide the individualized intervention students working below grade level in reading and/or math require to successfully access grade-level standards with the expectation that ALL students be exposed to on-grade-level tasks and content regardless of readiness? Join this webinar to learn how the new Intervention and College and Career Readiness courses in SuccessMaker® 7 can be used to help teachers successfully meet the demands posed by these two competing instructional objectives.
Are you exploring ways to deepen or enhance your existing intervention practices (e.g., MTSS, RTI, PBIS) in order to improve academic or behavioral outcomes for underserved students? How effectively is data being used by teachers to inform or modify instruction in the classroom or increase learner agency? Join this webinar to learn more about how SuccessMaker® 7 can be used to support data-driven decision making while motivating reluctant students to engage more deeply in their own learning.
Has the challenge of providing timely and effective interventions to students in need been impacted by the transition to more rigorous standards and assessments in your school or district? Are teachers concerned about the number of students who may require additional support to meet or exceed grade-level performance expectations in response to changing standards and assessments? Join this webinar to learn how the new learning objectives, assessment types, and scaffolded supports in Successmaker® 7 help provide ALL students the individualized supplemental instruction they need to successfully demonstrate mastery of the new standards.
Our fully digital programs and ebooks provide cutting-edge online instruction with a seamless transition from the textbook, allowing students to complete assignments, access videos and activities, and take online tests and remediation.
Pearson encourages 21st century learning by infusing the core subjects and themes throughout our programs—Life and Career Skills, Learning and Innovation Skills, and Information, Media, and Technology Skills. The ultimate goal—to ensure that every child is prepared for the 21st century with skills like critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, innovation and global competence.
With Pearson’s interactive whiteboard-ready resources, students become more active and collaborative classroom learners and teachers are able to deliver memorable lessons, engage all types of learners, and reduce class preparation time.
Language-acquisition expert, Dr. Jim Cummins, has worked exclusively with Pearson to embed powerful teaching approaches into Pearson programs, ensuring that English language learners receive the same high quality education as their peers. Dr. Cummins’ expertise in literacy development in multilingual school contexts, as well as the role of technology in promoting language and literacy development, have made Pearson programs the most effective resources for today’s ELLs.
RTI is an ongoing instructional process of using assessments to inform instruction that leads to improved student performance. Pearson's Response to Intervention solution provides a continuum of accelerated intervention strategies that assess, instruct, and monitor at every level for the best possible outcome. Unlike other modular solutions, Pearson's combination of continual progress monitoring and instruction ensure long-term, sustained results.
Pearson offers customizable, integrated K-12 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) solutions to support states seeking to implement standards-based STEM curricula and meet the Federal Department of Education’s Race to the Top and Invest in Innovation (I3) grant priorities. Only Pearson provides a fully integrated approach to STEM curriculum, including courses, training, and community partnerships that will help promote relevant and effective learning and teaching.
Your Pearson sales representative is ready to partner with you to create a customized curriculum and professional development plan to help your struggling students and schools achieve success. Visit Pearson’s Grants and Funding Web site to find useful links to identify possible grants and resources for grant applicants applying for Pearson’s products.
Your opinion is important! Do you want more or less ability to customize your Pearson instructional materials; and, should they be more or less digital?