Help Bring Innovative and Timely STEM Programs to Your School with ESSER Funding

The Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund creates a valuable opportunity to bring effective and engaging STEM learning and professional development to schools to create a more resilient and future-ready community.

Did You Know?

Any activity authorized by the ESEA, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 (Perkins V), and the subtitle B of title VII of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act is also authorized by ESSER Funds!

See How ESSER Funding Can Be Used to Improve STEM Learning in Your School

ESSER Overview

Between March 2020 and March 2021, the federal government released three relief packages designed to provide support for K-12 schools. This support is called “ESSER,” which is an acronym for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief. The funds were released in three parts: ESSER I, ESSER II, and the American Rescue Plan (ARP ESSER) with each plan delivering more funding than the one before it.

3 Ways JASON Learning Solutions Align with ESSER Funding

JASON Learning offers innovative, ESSER-approved solutions that are effective at engaging youth in STEM. Our curriculum and resources are standards-based and build to meet the needs of all students. Districts, schools, and educators can use ESSER funds for 20 allowable uses. Here are three that align perfectly with JASON Learning products:

Virtual Learning and Out-of-School Programs

JASON promotes flexible learning that allows for remote or in-person instruction, as well as hybrid models. JASON works excellently as a replacement for school-provided curriculum (homeschool environments) or as a supplement (learning pods, summer school, and afterschool programs). 

Professional Development

JASON’s professional development is available for all parties that support students including teachers, parents, and tutors! A full

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