The School Improvement Grant program, authorized under section 1003(g) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, allocates funds to states to enable the awarding of grants to school districts for the purpose of providing assistance to schools identified for improvement, corrective action, or restructuring under section 1116 to meet accountability requirements.
In awarding these grants to districts, the state must give priority to those districts that have schools that are determined to be “persistently lowest achieving,” that demonstrate the greatest need for funding and the strongest commitment to ensuring that funds are to provide adequate resources to substantially raise student achievement.
Equitable services to private school students and teachers do not apply to the Title I, Part A-School Improvement Funds.
Title 1A, School Improvement & School Choice Director
School Improvement Grant (SIG) Data
Tennessee SIG Schools Implementing Turnaround and Transformation Models in 2010-11 (Excel):
School Improvement Grant (SIG) Presentations (PDF)
Please also visit our Federal Programs Presentations page to download presentations from the SIG
( School Improvement Grant) Rollout Meeting of April 27, 2010.
School Improvement Grant Application - Cohort 2 - FY10 (Federal Year 2010)
Cohort 2 School Improvement Grant Applications (4/30/12)
Awarded to the Achievement School District (ASD), Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS), and Memphis City Schools
Cohort 1 School Improvement Grant Approved Applications 2010-2011
Note: please visit the Federal Programs Presentation Page to view information that was provided at the:
Cohort 1 School Improvement Grant Applications - FY09 (Federal Year 2009)
USED School Improvement Fund Page (Purpose; Eligibility; Applicant Information; Awards; Performance; Funding Status; Laws, Regulations, & Guidance; Resources; FAQs; Contacts)
Handbook on Effective Implementation of School Improvement Grants (Center on Innovation and Improvement)