Making the Most of Remaining ESSER Funds
After the COVID-19 pandemic’s devastating impact on early education, the U.S. government passed the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds. While the ESSER I deadline has already passed, the ESSER II and ARP ESSER deadlines are quickly approaching. This means that districts need to determine the best course of action for investing in students' and educators’ long-term educational well-being.
Jump into the conversation on how to make the most of ESSER funds with LeiLani Cauthen, CEO of The Learning Counsel, and Jon Hummell, director of state initiatives at Lexia®. They discuss what districts should consider when spending ESSER funds, how to make sure teachers and students are getting long-term support, and so much more.
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