The guiding tenets of NCLB are concentrated in four major areas:
  • Accountability for student achievement
  • Focus on what works
  • Flexibility
  • Parental Involvement
There are 16 major programs under the NCLB Program.
Below is a list of programs applicable to Chapel Hill ISD at present time:
Title I Part A, Improving basic programs operated by the LEA
Type of fundingformula grant
  • Title I Part A, Accountability
    • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Report
    • Highly Qualified Report (Report of Teacher and Paraprofessional Qualifications)
    • Performance-base Monitoring Analysis System (PBMAS)
    • Parent Involvement Policy and Right to know information
    • Private Non-Profit Schools Information
    • Homeless
    • NCLB District and Campus Report Cards
    • District and Campus Improvement Plan 
Title I Part C, Migrant Education Program
Type of fundingFormula grant
  • Title I Part C, Accountability
    • Migrant Identification and Recruitment Certification
    • Migrant District Improvement Plans
Title II Part A, Teachers and Principals Training and Recruiting Funds
Type of fundingFormula
  • Title II Part A, Accountability
    • Highly Qualified District Report
    • Campus Improvement Plans
Title III Part A, English Language Learners Funds
Type of fundingFormula Grant
  • Title III Part A, Accountability
    • AMAOS
Title IV, Safe and Drug Free Schools
Type of fundingRequired implementation
  • Title IV, Accountability
    • School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
    • Drug & Alcohol Free Information
    • Health and Wellness
Title IX, Unsafe School Choice Option (USCO)
Type of fundingRequired implementation
  • Title V, Accountability
    • Bullying Policy
    • Victim’s Guidance
    • Sexual Harassment Information and Procedures
    • Teen Dating Violence