MCH School & School District Federal Funding Data
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Title I continues to be one of the top funding sources for districts and schools. There are many mandates governing how and when dollars can be expended and what the funds can be spent on. If you have questions, give us a call, or read Understanding Federal Funding for additional information.
Federal NCLB/Title I funding is concentrated in School-Wide Title I Program (SWP) schools. Title I School-Wide programs are schools with more than 40% of students below the poverty line. They are allowed to co-mingle most of their federal funds to be used for programs to serve all students.
More than 8,800 school systems have no SWP schools. Federal funding is far less influential in these districts, which means they are typically better targets for offers that rely on discretionary funds.
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