A Parent's Right to Know
Title I schools must meet federal regulations related to teacher qualifications and state assessments as defined in the ESEA (Elementary and Secondary Education Act) and ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act).
Parents have a right to know:
- The qualifications of their child's teacher
- Information on the level of achievement of their child
- If their child is being taught by someone who is not "highly qualified" and will be in that position for four or more weeks
- The school's parent policy and have input in the decisions that make up the school's policy
- How your child's school is performing
The Title I Annual Parents Right to Know Notification link describes a parent's right to know and request their child's teacher qualifications and state assessment information.
For more information on how your child's school is performing, please visit Access to North Carolina School Report Cards. This report is usually released in November or December of each school year by the Department of Public Instruction (DPI). Additional progress reports are also available on each school's individual website.
CCS Title I schools are fully committed to helping your child develop the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in school and beyond. We appreciate your support and partnership as we work to provide the best education for your child. If you have any questions regarding the above information, please contact your school's principal.