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Title I

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Title I services are made possible by federal funding that is set aside to states under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The purpose of this law is to improve educational opportunities in schools with high concentrations of poverty.

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed by President Obama on December 10, 2015. This measure reauthorizes the nation’s national education law and longstanding commitment to equal opportunity for all students. The new law builds on key areas of progress, including;

  • Advancing equity to disadvantaged and high-need students.
    Requires that all students be taught to high academic standards.
    Ensures that vital information is provided to educators, families, students, and communities through statewide assessments.
  • Helps to support and grow local innovations,
  • Sustains and expands historic investments in increasing access to high-quality preschool.
  • Maintains an expectation that there will be accountability and action to effect positive change in the lowest-performing schools, where groups of students are not making progress, and where graduation rates are low over extended periods of time.

Title I Resources

Title II

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The key to improving academic achievement and supporting student success is ensuring that all students have access to an effective teacher in every classroom and effective school leaders in every school. Research demonstrates that teacher effectiveness contributes more to improving student academic outcomes than any other school characteristic and that effective school leaders are essential to recruiting and supporting teachers and leading school improvement. 

The reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides opportunities for state and local entities to use Title II funding in even more effective and innovative ways to help improve teacher and leader quality and ultimately increase student success. To read more about how the Oklahoma State Department of Education is implementing standards set forth by the passage of ESSA use the following link:

Title II Resources

Office of Inspector General Hotline

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If you have information about fraud, waste, abuse or mismanagement, as well as other crimes or violations of Federal laws, rules, and regulations, relating to U.S. Department of State (Department) or the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) programs and operations, you may report it to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) Hotline. Such information includes allegations concerning contracts, grants, public corruption, conflict of interest, and other criminal or serious non-criminal misconduct involving employees, contractors/subcontractors, and grantees/sub-grantees.

You can submit your report to the OIG through one of two options. The Hotline may be used for unclassified information only at

To submit classified information, contact the Hotline at (202) 647-3320 for further instructions. 

McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance

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The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act ensures the educational rights and protections of children and youth experiencing homelessness. John Rex Charter School is committed to ensuring that all homeless children have equal access to a free and appropriate public education. 

If you have a student or students who attend John Rex Charter School and are living in transitional housing, are living with others, or are homeless, we can offer you support. Let us help connect your family to community resources and aid in removing barriers that can arise. 


Foster Care Education

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John Rex Charter School is committed to provide all students with sound educational experiences. We recognize that foster children are at an increased risk of grade retention, gaps in academic achievement, low high school graduation rates, and postsecondary enrollment. These provisions promote greater stability for children in foster care so that they can continue their education without disruption, maintain important relationships with peers and adults, and have the opportunity to achieve college-and-career readiness. 


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