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Official answers from Education Department staff to questions posed by Title I educators and administrators.
The idea was simple: Replace the label for the student referred to as “at-risk” with the more positively framed “at-promise.”
The request is a $29.8 billion increase over the 2021 budget. Here’s a breakdown of what programs the money would fund.
Integration may have had unintended consequences as a new study finds that Black students have not always benefited from attending racially balanced schools.
Free Connect K-12 website aggregates, analyzes, and visualizes E-rate data to help superintendents and CIOs negotiate better internet pricing to reach connectivity goals.
Libraries—including those in schools—saw growing demands in 2020 to remove books addressing racism and titles that shared the stories of Black, Indigenous or people of color.
The money, half supplied through direct grants and the other $50 billion through bonds, also includes $45 billion to replace lead water pipes nationwide.
The funds will be available immediately. See how much each state will receive to get students back to in-person learning. The Biden administration also announced a summer learning partnership.
U.S. Education Department will be making nearly $122 billion in ESSER funds allocated as part of the American Rescue Plan Act available to state educational agencies this month.
Announcement could be a game changer for the return to in-person learning as schools work to make room for more students of all ages.
Superintendents, CIOs and other district leaders can share ideas on how communities will spend $7 billion from the American Rescue Plan to boost connectivity for students and staff