SACRAMENTO -- Five East Bay schools that receive federal funding to help boost achievement for low-income students will receive 2013-14 Title I Academic Achievement awards for demonstrating significant student academic progress.

Tom Torlakson, state Superintendent of Public Instruction, announced Monday that 106 schools statewide will receive the awards, including Richmond College Preparatory in the West Contra Costa school district, Henry Haight Elementary in the Alameda Unified district, Burbank Elementary in the Hayward Unified district, Aspire ERES Academy in the Oakland Unifed district and KIPP Summit Academy in the San Lorenzo district.

In order to receive the awards, low-income students at the schools must have doubled their standardized testing achievement targets for two consecutive years, Torlakson said.