Due to large variation in poverty levels from school district to school district, there is considerable variation in Title I-IV funds available to nonpublic schools across the country. As a general rule, schools in poorer districts are eligible for more federal Title funding. These programs are available through No Child Left Behind.
Title I -Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged
Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Educational Authorities [Part A]
Reading First [Part B, Subpart I]
Even Start Family Literacy [Part B, Subpart 3]
Migrant Education [Part C]
Title II -Preparing, Training and Recruiting High-Quality Teachers and Principals
Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting Fund [Part A]
Mathematics and Science Partnerships [Part B]
Enhancing Education Through Technology [Part 0]
Title III -Language Instruction for LEP and Immigrant Students
English Language Acquisition, Language Enhancement, & Academic Achievement [Part A]
Title V -Promoting Informed Parental Choice and Innovative Programs
Innovative Programs [Part A]
Gifted and Talented Students [Part 0, Subpart 6]
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) – IDEA ensures that all students with special educational needs are provided with appropriate services. Typically, this means that a local public school must work with the student’s private school to offer the necessary services.
Noise Abatement – The FAA will provide grants to schools located in close proximity to airports. Grants are provided for soundproofing and other noise abatement effort. As of 2010, 116 schools near airports have been insulated at the cost of $286 million; an average of $2.4 million per school.