Student Achievement and Accountability provides a wide array of services designed to assist those students who exhibit a variety of needs. Identifying the individual needs of students provides the basis for Student Achievement and Accountability programs.
Specially trained teachers, paraprofessionals, and volunteers guide students through programs and initiatives such as Title I, Parents as Teachers, Arkansas Better Chance (ABC) preschool services, Title VII Indian Education, Migrant Education, District Literacy Plan, District Math Plan, services for students experiencing homelessness, and Title III English Language Acquisition; all of these ultimately helping students achieve.
Student Achievement and Accountability generally includes a number of state, local and federal programs under one umbrella. It has been known by many different titles through the years with funding from federal, state and local governments.
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