NCLB (No Child Left Behind) funding provides supplemental resources to basic programs to help schools with large numbers of students from low-income families, and provide high-quality education that will enable all children to meet the state’s student performance standards. Included under the NCLB law are programs such as: Title I, Migrant, Homeless, Career and Technical Education, and Bilingual / ESL Education.
The services are provided in designated schools. The low socioeconomic students and students scoring below expected levels on various assessments are given priority to services.
Extended time, one-on-one tutorials, class reduction ratios, intensive instruction time, or other services as deemed appropriate.