Skip to main content
California Department of Education Logo

Technical Assistance

Technical assistance for Title I, Part A is provided by the District Innovation and Improvement Office, the Statewide System of District and School Support, and the Comprehensive Assistance Centers.

Statewide System of District and School Support
The Statewide System of School Support provides intensive and sustained support and improvement for local educational agencies and schools receiving Title I funds to increase the opportunity for all students to meet the state's academic content and achievement standards.

California Comprehensive Center (CA CC) at WestEd External link opens in new window or tab.
The California Comprehensive Center provides assistance to the California Department of Education and statewide groups and organizations to help implement f
ully, the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) Act, improve student achievement, and close the achievement gap in California.

Program Improvement Schools, Title I: Years 1 and 2

Technical Information and tools to assist schools identified as Program Improvement (PI) under NCLB.

Program Improvement Schools, Title I: Years 3, 4 and 5

School Requirements for Schools in PI status years one through five that provides guidance and formal assistance to meet identified needs and requirements of the NCLB Act of 2001.

Program Improvement Districts, Title I
Districts and County Offices of Education that are identified as PI receive funding to implement provisions of the federal NCLB Act and California Education Code Section 52055.57. Funding is provided with the goal to improve student achievement while meeting the state's standards that will allow identified districts and county offices to exit from PI status.

Questions:   District Innovation & Improvement Office | 916-319-0836
Last Reviewed: Thursday, May 7, 2015
Recently Posted in Title I

  • Eligibility (added 02-Sep-2016)
    Eligibility Information for School Improvement Grant (SIG) Cohort 4.
  • Detailed Methodology (added 02-Sep-2016)
    For Creation of the Cohort 4 SIG List of Eligible Schools
  • Tier I, II, III Schools Record Layout (added 02-Sep-2016)
    Data file record layout of School Improvement Grant (SIG) Tiers l, II, and III Schools.
  • Definition of Tier I, II, and III Schools (added 02-Sep-2016)
    Guidance from U.S. Department of Education around the Cohort 4 School Improvement Grant (SIG) requires states to identify schools in three tiers.