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Federal Grants & Title Programs

History of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) was signed into law in 1965 by President Lyndon Baines Johnson, who believed that "full educational opportunity" should be "our first national goal." From its inception, ESEA was a civil rights law.

Central Point School District 6 receives federal grant funding under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Through these supplemental support services, our schools can continue to provide their students with the essential skills needed to experience academic, socio-emotional, and behavioral success.

Equitable Services
Private/Non-Profit Schools fair access to federal funds


The Individual with Disabilities Act makes available access to a free and appropriate education for all eligible students with disabilities

Foster Care
The Central Point School District 6 Foster Care Point of Contact is Christine Beck, at 541.494.6224


Title I-A
Student Achievement and School Accountability Programs


Title I-C
Migrant Education Program ensures that all migratory children reach challenging academic standards and graduate with a high school diploma


Title II-A
Teacher quality of the Elementary & Secondary Education Act:  Preparing, Training and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals


Title III 
Language Instruction for Limited English proficient and Immigrant Students


Title IV-A 
Student Support & Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Grant provides all students access to a well-rounded education, 
improves school conditions, & improves the use of technology

Title VI
Details the national expectations to provide a quality education for American Indian, Alaska and Hawaiian Native students

Title VII-B
The McKinney-Vento Act supports homeless students who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence

Title IX
 Protects from discrimination based on gender in education programs and activities that receive federal funding