How to Use Your Stimulus Funds to Address Interrupted Literacy Learning
In this webinar, learn from Jon Hummell, senior national manager of state initiatives, and, Brittany Martin, education department relations manager, as they dive into the specifics about using stimulus funds in your school district to address interrupted literacy learning and learning loss. The topics include comparing the differences between the three versions of ESSER funding, finding out the allowable uses for the funds, and considerations for leaders when allocating funds.
This webinar offers the breadth and depth of information school leaders are seeking when it comes to understanding federal regulations and stimulus funding. It's packed with details and insight, so grab a pen before you begin watching.
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