ESSER has granted many schools the flexibility to introduce innovative projects. These projects aim to help students recover socially, emotionally, and academically. While that may look different for every school, the need for long-term vision and thoughtful planning is universal.
Student safety and well-being will always be a top priority in education. Not only is it a benchmark for measuring how well your school community is thriving. It’s also paramount to supporting the academic success and improved education outcomes of students.
UPDATE: A third application window will open on April 28th, 2022. Have a question about using ECF for your next tech initiative? We’ve talked to ECF experts and done the digging for you into the Emergency Connectivity Fund. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions to get the answers you’re looking for fast.
Summer learning loss has become a major concern to educators when students walk out of the classroom on the last day of school. That is especially true in a year when teachers had to fight extra hard to make up for the lost learning time that occurred due to remote/distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The question is, “how to keep children learning over the summer?”
In the past year, we have seen more remote learning than ever before, with classrooms across the country and across the world adjusting to ensure students can still receive a quality education amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
We teamed up with our friends at Securly to break down CARES Act funding and how to purchase smart in 2021.
Beat the curve on school technology purchasing 2020 has been a year like no other. In March alone, we saw tens of thousands of Chromebooks rush-ordered by districts needing take-home devices for their students. Many schools had only a matter of days to shift entire districts to online learning, while at the same time, manufacturing disruptions in China resulted in significant availability issues. These snags in the supply chain caused …