Multiple funding sources exist to help you provide an interactive and engaging classroom environment that will improve student outcomes. The Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER Fund) is a resource established as part of the Education Stabilization Fund in the CARES Act, to address the impact of COVID-19 on elementary and secondary schools across the Nation.
Two of the four primary focus areas for ESSER funding include:
Districts have some flexibility to use ESSER funds on any "activity authorized by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.” Additionally, ESSER II and III legislation specifies that funds can be used to address learning loss. ESSER funds can be used for:
In addition to ESSER funding, all of these sources can be used either alone or in combinations to "fill up the bucket" in support of your efforts to improve student outcomes using classroom technologies.
Turning has the tools and technology needed to help support your teachers and students as they continue to cope with the challenges of COVID-19 and regain lost ground as a result of the pandemic’s impact. Turning can:
If you’re ready to elevate your hybrid or online learning solution, contact turning's funding specialist John Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org.