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What are ESSER funds?
As part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, $190 billion in stimulus funding is now available to school districts. This funding, known as Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Funds, grants individual school districts the resources needed to address post-pandemic concerns such as learning recovery, mental health, and remote learning readiness.*
How can my school district use ESSER funds?
Districts can use ESSER Funds to invest in technology, tools, and resources to help reduce the impact of COVID-19 on students in the following ways:
- Planning for long-term closures
- Expanding social emotional learning (SEL) and mental health resources
- Implementing supplemental programs e.g., credit recovery
- Executing school reopenings safely
Maximize your ESSER funds with Stride Learning Solutions.
With over two decades of experience supporting districts' needs, Stride Learning Solutions has developed specialized expertise in the design, implementation, and operational support of blended and online learning programs. We offer a variety of solutions, including:
Flexible options for delivering online learning to maintain a consistent learning experience
Support and training for teachers and families to facilitate learning
Summer school and extracurricular enrichment programs
Credit and academic skills recovery programs
*Districts granted ESSER I Funds must spend their funding by September 30, 2022.
Navigate relief funding for your school district.
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