The Title I Distinguished Schools Recognition Program is a joint endeavor of the U.S. Department of Education and the National Association of State Title I Directors. It provides an opportunity for Title I schools from every state to be publicly recognized for positive educational achievements.
The purpose of the Title I Distinguished Schools Recognition Program is to identify schools that are ensuring that all children have access to effective instructional strategies and challenging academic content; and that are demonstrating success in ensuring that all children make significant progress toward learning that content.
Two schools in Tennessee have been recognized, at the national level, as Title I Distinguished Schools for 2012-2013.
Thomas Magnet School
Bedford County Schools
Montgomery Central Elementary
Montgomery County Schools