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    HOW TITLE 1 AND LAP WORK
    Students are made eligible for Title 1 or LAP services based on their scores on standardized assessments such as MAP, SBAC, or other state or district-wide assessments. Students are taught in the areas of reading, writing, and math and K-2 readiness skills. In addition students may receive emotional/behavioral supports if their work and performance adversely affect their academics. Teaching of students may be done in small pull-out groups, individual pull-outs, or directly in the classroom during class instructional time. Students receive research-based best practices in reading or math interventions. Teaching materials include curricula used by district or other curricula from approved district alternative. Students are assessed at least 3 times a year to determine their progress. Students are exited from either Title 1 or LAP based on performance on state and district assessments, performance in daily academic work and teacher recommendations.


    Selections of resources used in instruction include:
    Math in Focus
    Teachers College Readers Workshop
    Teachers College Writers Workshop
    Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Readers and Online reading
    Online research materials
    History textbooks
    Words Their Way
    Phonics Programs
    Supplemental math materials
    Supplemental reading materials
    RULER and other positive behavior supports
    Teacher developed materials
    Educational games
    Manipulatives and other hands-on learning materials  
    Computer assisted learning programs