The Rural and Low-Income School Program is designed to provide additional funds to rural school districts that serve concentrations of poor students.
Clay County Schools use Title VI funds for several purposes. The first is to hire a Graduation/Job Coach to help students stay in school. Another use of the funds is to help increase student attendants throughout the year. Finally, a portion of the funding is used to support the EL (English Learner) program with tutoring and translation services in the district.