Funding for Teach to One

A number of funding resources are available to help bring innovation to your district or school. Leaders have access to:

  • federal and state funding,
  • existing district budgets allotted for curriculum and instructional materials, 
  • private foundations and corporate donations (typically via a grant process),
  • and fundraising platforms like Donors Choose or Adopt a Classroom.

With the recent influx in federal support to address learning loss, it’s never been easier to access the high-quality, proven supports your students need and deserve.

Federal funding resources at a glance

Learning Model: 360

Digital Product: Roadmaps Plus

Learning Model: 360

Digital Product: Roadmaps Plus

ESSER I/II/III

Overview

The Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER) was established for states and school districts to measure and effectively address significant learning loss, prepare schools for reopening, and take other actions to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. ESSER I funds were authorized under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, ESSER II under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA), and ESSER III under the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act. Approved ARP ESSER state plans can be found here

ESSER I/II/III for Teach to One:

ESSER funds can be used on strategies to effectively measure and address learning loss. Teach to One 360, our flagship learning model, is a tier 3 evidence-based program, as defined by the U.S. Department of Education, and may be used to mitigate the effects of learning loss. Teach to One Roadmaps, our newest digital product, is a tier 4 evidence-based program that can also be paid for with recovery dollars to address learning loss. 

GEER I/II

Overview

The Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund was established under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act in March 2020. Additional funding (GEER II) was awarded to each State under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA) in December 2020. State allocations and reporting can be found here.

GEER I/II for Teach to One:

GEER funding can be used for a number of activities, including addressing unfinished learning with Teach to One. These funds can be combined with ESSER relief money, which covers ESEA, IDEA, and Perkins CTE programs as outlined on this page.

Title I-A (Title I)

Overview

Local education agencies (LEAs) and schools that qualify for Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act with high numbers or high percentages of students from low-income families, may utilize funding to help ensure that all students meet challenging state academic standards.

Title I for Teach to One:

Title I funding can be used to bring Teach to One’s math curriculum and professional development to your school or district as part of your comprehensive plan to meet challenging state academic standards. Title I funding may also be used to acquire devices, such as tablets and laptops, to support the implementation of Teach to One.

Title IV-A

Overview

Title IV-A under the Every Student Succeeds Act authorizes funds to support the effective use of technology to improve academic achievement. For example, funds can be used to support blended and personalized learning via technology, to purchase devices, and for corresponding professional development.

Title IV-A for Teach to One:

Title IV-A funding can be used to access Teach to One’s innovative technology to deliver personalized learning experiences. In addition, Title IV-A funding can be used for Teach to One 360’s professional development that supports teachers in effectively using data and technology to meet each and every student where they’re at and get them to where they need to be.

Title II-A

Overview

Title II-A offers funding for state education agencies (SEAs) and local education agencies (LEAs) to “more effectively attract, select, place, support, and retain excellent educators” in order to ensure equity of educational opportunity for all students.

Title II-A for Teach to One:

Title II-A funding can be used to bring the transformational power of Teach to One’s personalized learning model to your school(s) by building teacher and school leader capacity. It can also be used as a means to help educators better discover, use, and share content aligned with CCR standards.

Perkins CTE

Overview

The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act, known as Perkins or Perkins V, is the main federal funding source for high school and postsecondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. Congress appropriates roughly $1.1 billion annually in State formula grants and over $26 million in competitive discretionary grants for the improvement of career and technical education programs across the nation. Each state has its own criteria for programs, and related expenses.

Perkins CTE for Teach to One:

Perkins funding can be used to get students Algebra-ready (see Required Uses of Funds #1), if it is a state requirement of enrolling in a CTE program, with Teach to One. Teach to One 360 and Teach to One Roadmaps also qualify for Perkins funds under the systems alignment and middle grades career exploration specifications.

IDEA Part D-SPDG

Overview

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part D, State Personnel Development Grants (SPDG) funds are granted to “help state educational agencies reform and improve their systems for personnel preparation and professional development of individuals providing early intervention, educational, and transition services to improve results for children with disabilities.”

IDEA Part D-SPDG for Teach to One:

IDEA Part D-SPDG funding can be used to enhance teachers’ ability to effectively integrate technology through the use of Teach to One’s learning model (Teach to One 360) or digital products (Teach to One Roadmaps) to support individuals with disabilities.

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