Do you have unused federal funds lying around? These expire July 1, 2022, regardless of whether you use them. So what to do? Use them or lose them!
Read below for a high-level view of how you can use this money to improve your school for the upcoming year.
Purpose: To close educational achievement gaps and provide all children with a fair, equitable, high-quality education.
Eligibility: Based on the percentage of students that meet low socio-economic status criteria.
Title I funds are for non-instructional costs (e.g. behavior/attendance management) if these costs help student achievement.
SchoolMint’s behavior management platform, SchoolMint Hero, lets you:
Purpose: To improve teacher and principal quality through recruitment and professional development.
Eligibility: Based on a formula that accounts for the state’s number of school-age children and how many are from low-income families.
Title II funds are for supplemental activities that improve the quality of teachers and school leaders.
SchoolMint’s teacher coaching and professional development platform, SchoolMint Grow, lets you:
If you want to know how you can invest in and enhance your school with ARP funds, discover six ways to use this money in the guide Making Investments That Matter.
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