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THE CARES ACT

Let our funding experts help you find the money your school is entitled to.

The 2020 CARES Act allocated an initial $13 billion to K-12 schools. A new funding package from the federal government in December 2020 dedicated an additional $54.3 billion to public schools, with a wide range of permissible uses, including the purchase of supplemental software.

Federal funding for school reopenings and hybrid learning is being released now. Some funding is being directly allocated to districts and schools; some must be applied for through grants. All funding must be spent by 2022. It’s wise to stay up-to-date on your state’s progress in processing and distributing funds. Don’t miss out!

If you have questions about how to use these funds to purchase supplementary software contact one of our funding experts.

Resources for your Principal or Curriculum Leader

CARES Act Assistance for Traditional, Hybrid and Distance Learning

Learn what CARES funding your district will receive that can be used for traditional, hybrid and distance learning.

Funding for Traditional, Hybrid and Distance Learning

A summary of K-12 federal funding options to implement traditional, hybrid and distance learning.

CARES Allocation of Funding by State

A list of available federal funding by state.
The CARES Act

How can we help?

If you have questions about how to use these funds to purchase supplementary software contact one of our funding experts.