School Improvement Grants

NOTICE


The School Improvement Grants Team will be hosting an Open Office Hours Session from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm on Wednesday, June 26, 2024. This session will feature the new School Improvement and Support Grants Application. There will also be time for grantees to ask questions about allowable uses, timelines and grant expectations.  

To join the session, please use the Teams Link. Join the meeting now 

Please email questions to: school_improvement@education.ohio.gov 

The recorded FY25 Kickoff Webinar will be available soon. Grantees are encouraged to view this webinar prior to the Open Office Hours Session.  


The Office of School and District Improvement administers the Title I Non-Competitive Supplemental School Improvement Grant be (TI NC SSI) and School Quality Improvement Grant (SQIG).

Federal Title I, Part A funds are awarded to local educational agencies (LEAs), which are traditional school districts and community schools in Ohio. Under Section 1003 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), state education agencies are required to set aside 7 percent of the Title I award to support schools identified for improvement, known as Priority, Focus or Warning schools in Ohio.  For Fiscal Year 2025 (FY25), these funds are awarded to Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) and Additional Targeted Support and Improvement (ATSI) schools through the Title I Non-Competitive Supplemental School Improvement Grant.
 

Title I Non-Competitive, Supplemental School Improvement Grant

Ohio allocates School Improvement funds to LEAs with at least one school identified as CSI or ATSI on an annual basis through a non-competitive formula.

These Title I Non-Competitive, Supplemental School Improvement Grant funds should support evidence-based school improvement strategies that are data driven and aligned with the Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) and the school’s improvement plan. The funds should also build the capacity of building staff and the community to address identified needs.

School Quality Improvement Grant

Ohio allocates Title I School Improvement funds to identified schools through a competitive program known as the School Quality Improvement Grant (SQIG).

The School Quality Improvement Grant provides funds to identified schools to implement sustainable, strategic improvement strategies. Activities funded by these grants should be part of a broader continuous improvement plan. 

 

Archived Materials

Please note that these materials have been archived and are for historical reference only. Please see materials above for current guidance. 

FY24 Title I Non-Competitive Supplemental School Improvement Documents 


FY23 Title I Non-Competitive Supplemental School Improvement Documents


Other School Improvement Grant Documents

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