Title I D Subpart 1 and Subpart 2 Annual Conference November 14, 2014
Federal Neglected and Delinquent funds are provided to enable failing and at-risk neglected, delinquent, and incarcerated youth to have the same opportunity as students in other Title I instructional programs. Such youth receive supplementary programs and services to improve their achievement in reading, mathematics, and language arts, have access to vocational life-skills training, and are engaged in working toward a successful transition to obtain a high school diploma in a regular school setting, earn a GED or HSED at the institution, find employment, or enroll in a postsecondary program.
- Subpart 1 - state-operated juvenile and adult correctional institutions must have state-funded education programs in which students are enrolled 15 hours a week to be eligible to receive funding for Title I, Part D, supplementary programs.
- Subpart 2 - state-licensed residential childcare institutions, located within school district boundaries, must have locally funded regular education programs in which the students are enrolled 20 hours a week to be eligible to receive funding for Title I, Part D, supplementary programs.