Who Receives Federal Title I Assistance? Examination of Program Funding by School Poverty Rate in New York State

@article{Carmichael1997WhoRF,
  title={Who Receives Federal Title I Assistance? Examination of Program Funding by School Poverty Rate in New York State},
  author={Paul Carmichael},
  journal={Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis},
  year={1997},
  volume={19},
  pages={354 - 359}
}
  • Paul Carmichael
  • Published 1 December 1997
  • Education, Economics
  • Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
The distributional pattern of federal funding allocated through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act’s Title I program was examined for all public schools in New York State. Although Title I is a major vehicle for serving the needs of poor children and redressing educational inequity, the present findings suggest that poorer school districts may be ill-served by the present law in several ways: (1) The federal Title I program is widely distributed across New York State to 98% of school… 

Tables from this paper

Education finance trends in a No Child Left Behind America : implications of student performance on changes in per-pupil spending
Thesis (M.P.P.)--Georgetown University, 2009.; Includes bibliographical references. The implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) brought about a new national system of high
A critical pedagogy perspective of the impact of school poverty level on the teacher grading decision-making process
This dissertation examined the effects of school poverty level on the teacher grading decision-making process. Utilizing two theoretical frameworks––a critical pedagogy framework primarily based on
Exclusive and inclusive discourses in special education research and policy in Sweden
An overview is provided about how special education in Sweden was developed and established as an educational discourse following three different lines. The first was ideological/political,
Impact of low-level fine particulate matter and ozone exposure on absences in K-12 students and economic consequences
High air pollution levels are associated with school absences. However, low level pollution impacts on individual school absences are under-studied. Understanding the variability of pollution at
Absentee and Economic Impact of Low-Level Fine Particulate Matter and Ozone Exposure in K-12 Students
TLDR
This model modelled PM2.5 and ozone concentrations at 36 schools from July 2015 to June 2018 using data from a dense, research grade regulatory sensor network to retrospectively estimate rate ratios for association between outdoor pollutant concentrations and school absences.
The Impact of Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) on Equitable Title I Services for Nonpublic School Students
.............................................................................. 2 Introduction........................................................................... 3
The impact of full-day and half-day kindergarten on the language arts achievement scores of first-grade students
mn: lanaacr OF piiLL-iwir awn) BwuLf-iuur IKIBnMERQaUCCEM <)H 33EE IJUaGCHMIE AJKTS ACHIEVEMENT SCORES OF FIRST omuwDE fHPUDmars

References

SHOWING 1-5 OF 5 REFERENCES
Failing Grade for Federal Aid: Is It Time to Close the Book on Chapter 1?.
If Chapter 1 were a business, it would be in Chapter 11. Over the last 28 years, the federally funded compensatory education program has spent $135 billion (in constant 1992-93 dollars) to boost the
Poverty and Education
In this article, R. W. Connell reexamines the schooling of children in poverty in several industrial countries. He suggests that major rethinking is due that draws on two assets that have not been