Don't Fall Off the Fiscal Cliff: Use the Remaining ESSER Funds to Accelerate Learning Now
Is the upcoming ESSER funding expiration giving you a sense of standing on the edge of a fiscal cliff? Our Education Insight, "Don’t Fall Off the Fiscal Cliff: Use the Remaining ESSER Funds to Accelerate Learning Now" is here to guide you to safety.
Get ahead of the expiration of ESSER 2 and 3 funds on September 30, 2023, and September 30, 2024, respectively. Note that funds need only to be "properly obligated" before these dates.
Our guide will help you maximize impact by:
- Investing in Real-Time Student Data Tools: Empower teachers to target learning gaps effectively.
- Prioritizing Literacy Instruction: Counter disrupted learning and boost reading proficiency with proven literacy programs.
- Supplying Teachers with Easy-to-Use Resources: Overcome staffing shortages and student needs by providing effective, research-based resources.
Even after ESSER, remember there will be other state and federal funding options. This fiscal cliff is a challenge, but with strategic planning and proper investment, we can ensure your school sails through it. Use our Insight to transform this fiscal challenge into an opportunity to strengthen and future-proof your educational system by completing the form below.
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