Supplemental Educational Services
Supplemental Educational Services are tutoring services in subjects that children from Title I schools may be eligible to receive.This service is provided free of charge. To find out if your child is enrolled in a Title I school contact the school or district office.
Supplemental Educational Services are extra instructional services to increase achievement in low performing schools. Students who attend schools that have not made Adequate Yearly Progress on student achievement (AYP)* for three or more years are eligible for Supplemental Educational Services. Supplemental Educational Services
(also known as SES) allows children to receive extra help in major subjects such as reading, math, and language arts.
School districts are required to notify parents if their child is eligible for supplemental educational services and also distribute a list of providers that are state approved. Providers approved by the state work with school districts to offer tutoring services to children outside of regular school hours.If you have questions about your child’s eligibility, check with your school principal or Title I coordinator in your district.
Learning about Supplemental Educational Services will allow you to make informed choices about your child’s education.*Adequate Yearly Progress – minimum level of improvement that states, school districts, and schools must achieve each year.
Additional Supplemental Educational Services Lit:
Supplemental Educational Services Brochure
Sample Parent Notification Letter for SES eligibility
Supplemental Education Services Guidance
Supplemental Education Services in Arizona