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THE CARES ACT:

Bridging the Gap to Success

Attend our upcoming webinar to get actionable tips on using CARES Act funding to support distance learning best practices and help close the COVID-19 gap. Hear from education experts and district leaders in this free, one-hour webinar. Attendance is limited, so sign up now!

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THE CARES ACT:

Bridging the Gap to Success

Attend our upcoming webinar to get actionable tips on using CARES Act funding to support distance learning best practices and help close the COVID-19 gap. Hear from education experts and district leaders in this free, one-hour webinar. Attendance is limited, so sign up now!

REGISTER NOW

THE CARES ACT:

Bridging the Gap to Success

Attend our upcoming webinar to get actionable tips on using CARES Act funding to support distance learning best practices and help close the COVID-19 gap. Hear from education experts and district leaders in this free, one-hour webinar. Attendance is limited, so sign up now!

REGISTER NOW

CARES ACT OVERVIEW

The $2.3 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides time-sensitive, one-time funding and flexibility for states to respond to the COVID-19 emergency in K-12 schools. The CARES Act provides a $30 billion Education Stabilization Fund for K-12 and higher education programs, with more than $4 billion earmarked for early childhood education and other supports, such as forgivable loans to nonprofits, including many providers of after-school or summer programs.

The initial award period goes from March 13, 2020 through June 30, 2021 and local educational agencies (LEAs) have until September 30, 2022 to expend their funds. State educational agencies (SEAs) must award funds within one year of receiving funds from the U.S. Department of Education.

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5 WAYS LEARNING A-Z PRODUCTS ALIGN WITH CARES ACT FUNDING

Learning A-Z offers award-winning, CARES-aligned solutions that are thoughtfully designed and literacy-focused. Our resources are created in accordance with research-based best practices and leveled to meet the needs of all students. Districts, schools, and teachers can use CARES Act funds for 12 different scenarios. Five of these scenarios align perfectly with Learning A-Z products:

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Individual Approach to Literacy

We provide principals and school leaders with the award-winning distance-learning products necessary to address the needs of individual schools' approach to literacy.

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Operations & Service Continuity

We help maintain the operations and continuity of services in Local Education Agencies (LEAs) by providing agile learning tools differentiated for each learner.

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Diverse & At-Risk Populations

Our products address the unique needs of diverse and at-risk student populations. Providing student-specific leveled tools and accompanying data, Learning A-Z resources inform instructional processes with reporting tools available to all stakeholders.

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Educational Technology Resources

Our sales professionals assist you with the purchasing, strategic planning, and implementation of our educational technology resources to help you maximize the potential of our powerful products.

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eLearning & After-School Programs

We help guide the planning and implementation of robust eLearning activities supporting summer learning and after-school programs for at-risk and minority students.

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Across the country, students, teachers and families are proving that learning can and does happen anywhere. By extending additional funding flexibility to schools, we are helping to ensure student learning continues and supporting teachers as they transition to virtual classrooms. Local leaders have asked for the ability to steer more resources to local needs, and these new tools will help them do just that.

~ U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos

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