TITLE 1 money is given to districts to help students in schools affected by poverty.
It is intended to help close the achievement gap between schools in affluent neighborhood and schools from poor communities. In a school wide program, TITLE 1 money is used to benefit all of the children in a school. TITLE 1 money is typically used to provide extra staff, materials or professional development for these schools. The program specifically supports reading and math. The 2012-13 TITLE 1 allocation for the Scott County School system is $1,063,164.00