Emergency relief funds are now available to state and local education agencies to support continued learning for K-12 students whose educations have been disrupted by the coronavirus, no matter where learning takes place.
Summary of funding available
This funding will be distributed to Districts based on their Title I allocation.
Emergency Education Relief grants to Governors
Governors will grant these funds to K12 districts and colleges deemed to have been most significantly impacted by coronavirus.
Rural Development Program
This funding is under the Department of Agriculture and can be used for telemedicine and distance learning services in rural areas.
To learn more about your state allocation, click here.
Programs designed for distance learning
Our programs are designed to be thoughtful of understanding the need to interact and engage virtually.
Flexible lessons for shorter durations including self-pacing and independent learning
Add availability/due dates to help direct student work (varies by program)
Time away from the screen for students to practice, create, read and explore
Custom navigation for younger learners as well as secondary students
Large/vivid visuals to engage and can be expanded online
Interactive eBooks encourage understanding and accessibility
Video libraries and animations enhance reading content by helping students visualize course concepts
Videos include closed captioning and full transcripts for accessibility
Video-based, real-world scenarios for practice with decision-making skills, or virtual workspaces (varies by program)