By fostering equitable learning for all students, eSpark meets the requirements for many federal, state, and local funding sources. Explore these opportunities to identify different methods of budgeting for the purchase of eSpark in your school or district.
The CARES (Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security) Act provides federal stimulus dollars to assist local school districts during the COVID-19 pandemic. These dollars are a part of the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund.
eSpark's adaptive, differentiated curriculum is proven to close learning gaps and can be used during school, in after school programs, and during the summer to prevent additional learning loss.
Student progress and standards mastery reports help teachers identify learning gaps, and weekly small group suggestions provide relevant resources for targeted intervention with struggling students.
eSpark integrates Social Emotional Learning (SEL) to allow students to express how they are feeling and give teachers important insights into their students' wellbeing.
Click the links below to learn why eSpark is an allowable use under Titles I, III, and IV of ESSA.
Under the EANS Program, $2.75 billion is provided for state governors to distribute to non-public schools to address the impact that COVID-19 has had, and continues to have, on non-public school students and teachers.
Educational technology to support remote or hybrid learning. eSpark can be used on any device with an internet connection, both in school and at home for distance learning.
Modifying or implementing instruction and curriculum to address learning loss. eSpark's adaptive, differentiated curriculum is proven to close learning gaps and can be used during school, in after school programs, and during the summer to prevent additional learning loss.