ProComp Title I Incentive

  • Teacher and student working on assignement

    All teachers and specialized service providers (ProComp & Traditional) can earn a monthly incentive of $128 /month ($1540 annually) for working at a school designated as ProComp Title I.

    How do I know if my school is designated ProComp Title I?

    The list of DPS schools that qualify for market incentives, including ProComp Title I schools, is updated annually in the spring and is effective starting in the following school year in August. This is a Title I ProComp incentive list only. This is not the Title I federal funding list. Note: Title I Incentive school list is subject to change through September of the following school year. The federal Title I school designation is based on the percentage of students receiving free or reduced-price lunch (FRL). Title I guidelines can be located on the Federal Programs site.

    What if my School is Title I and Hard-To-Serve?

    If your school is both Title I and Hard-To-Serve you will be eligible to receive the Hard-To-Serve monthly incentive. Employees will not receive both monthly market incentives.

    Eligibility and Payout Information

    • You must be active with benefits (not on leave) to be eligible to receive a market incentive. Please review the detailed general eligibility guidelines for all incentives.
    • A teacher must be in the role and in a payable status for at least one day in a month in order to be eligible to receive the monthly bonus installment for that month. You will receive your stipend by the following month’s pay cycle after your transfer or return to payable status.
      Traditional Teachers working at Hard-to-Serve and Title I schools receive the Title I incentive amount.