Continuous School Improvement Process (CSIP)

Every AASD school will have an actively engaged site CSIP leadership team that promotes and embraces collective responsibility to meet the needs of every child, every day through a culturally responsive multi-level system of support.

We believe we can responsively meet the needs of all students and raise overall achievement by working with site CSIP leadership teams to coordinate leadership training in building high functioning learning communities to coach for academic/behavior/cultural expertise, and to effectively use assessment data to support the improvement of learning and teaching.

Franklin is a Title I Targeted Assistance school. Title I funds in a Targeted Assistance school must be used to improve the academic achievement of identified Title I students.

Students must be identified based on multiple, objective, educationally related criteria. Criteria must also be generated to determine when a student may exit the Title I program.

Title I supplemental services may be delivered in a number of ways, i.e., in-class instruction; pull-out instruction; and/or extended day, week, or year instruction.

Find our school Targeted Assistance CSIP/Title 1 scorecard here.