Title 1 is the largest federal assistance program provided to public schools.  Originally passed as the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965, it was reauthorized in 2001 (et al.) as the No Child Left Behind Act.  It was most recently reauthorized as the  Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in 2015. The objective of the legislation is to provide assistance and resources and instruction to the economically disadvantaged who, based on research, need it most. The goals are to support student access to the Standards in ELA and Math as well to our rigorous curriculum to increase student achievement. How many district students are determined to be Economically Disadvantaged is based on  based on the number of Free and Reduced Lunch Applications.  In the Plumsted Township Schools we run targeted programming  because fewer than 40% of our students qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch.


    For Disrtict Resourcs for ESSA, Title I, Bilingual and ESL, please see the related links and documents below.

    For Department of Education Resources please use these links:

    Title III, Bilingual and ESL Education

    ESSA Title I