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Program Information

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Program Information:

April 15, 2021 // The Mansfield Independent School District has begun the application process towards participating and maintaining its involvement with the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015.As part of the application process, The United States Department of Education requires the Mansfield Independent School District to offer federally funded educational services to eligible children attending private non-profit schools within Mansfield ISD and/or those serving students who reside in MISD under the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015.

Mansfield ISD will host a virtual meeting for representatives of these private non-profit schools on Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. For the meeting invitation link, please contact Jennifer deMontalvo at JenniferDeMontalvo@misdmail.org.

Any non-profit private school seeking to participate in these programs or for any questions regarding entitlement issues, individuals should contact Dr. Victoria Miles, Director of Federal Programs, at VictoriaMiles@misdmail.org or 817-299-6358. Get complete details about the application process here.

Federal Report Cards - The U.S. Department of Education requires each state to publish an annual report card with specific district- and campus-level data. Every district that receives Title I, Part A funding is responsible for distributing the state, district, and campus-level report cards to each of its campuses, the parents of all enrolled students, and the general public.

The Federal Report card contains student achievement results in Reading and Math in addition to other federally required information. Visit the TEA website for the latest reports.

Accountability Reports - The new rating system, passed by state legislature in 2015, requires the TEA to give each public school and each district an A through F (A-F) letter grade, similar to a child’s report card. Visit the TEA website for the latest reports.

Title I – Title I is a federally funded program designed to address the academic needs of students and to assist them in meeting the state's standards in the areas of reading, writing, science and mathematics. Title I schools are determined by the percentage of students at each school who are eligible for free or reduced lunch.

Number and names of Title I schools identified as in need of improvement, including the stage of improvement and safeguards missed for any schools identified for improvement.

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