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State Compensatory Education (SCE)

While elementary and intermediate schools within the Montebello Unified School District receive federal Title I funds, our district’s high schools participate in the State Compensatory Education (SCE) program. The SCE program is a state supplemental program that mirrors the federal Title I program. The program’s focus, as with Title I, is to bridge the achievement gap for underperforming students in English language arts and mathematics. The high schools utilize SCE funds to provide scientific research-based supplemental programs, as well as instructional strategies, to students in order to accelerate their progress and bridge the achievement gap in these two specific content areas. Additionally, high schools provide high quality professional development to their staff to implement and support these supplemental strategies and programs and to increase student achievement. Parents also receive training in curriculum and instruction, parenting, as well as in leadership roles and responsibilities for school advisory committees.