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Grants & Funding

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Funding

Title I Part A: Increasing the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged

The largest source of federal funding to schools is from Title I, providing over $16 billion dollars to schools that serve a high number or high percentage of children from low-income families to ensure that these children are able to meet challenging state academic standards.

How eSpark Aligns with Title I Part A Funding

eSpark gives teachers the tools they need to target students’ greatest areas of instructional need and tackle the achievement gap

By implementing personalized learning with eSpark, teachers have more time to deliver targeted, high quality small group instruction during the school day

eSpark features culturally responsive texts, videos, apps, and activities that support high needs students in mastering challenging state academic standards

eSpark measurably improves academic achievement in core academic subjects as proven by third-party assessments

Title III: English Language Acquisition, Language Enhancement, and Academic Achievement Act

Title III provides over $700 million in funding to support English Learners and their families.

How eSpark Aligns to Title III Funding:

eSpark provides each student with engaging texts leveled to his or learning needs

eSpark features audio and visual language supports that build English proficiency and content knowledge

eSpark features formative assessments that allow teachers to ensure English Learners are on track to meet their learning goals

Narrowing the Achievement Gap with English Language Learners

eSpark’s differentiated instruction and skill practice has narrowed achievement gaps at Utica Community Schools in Michigan, putting student groups who have historically been underserved on track for success in life and school.

Percentage of Students on track for college

Title IV Part A: Student Support and Academic Enrichment

Title IV is a block grant that provides over $1 billion in funding to school safety, well-rounded education, and educational technology initiatives. Districts receiving more than $30,000 from Title IV can spend up to 60% of this funding on technology for teaching and learning.

How eSpark Aligns to Title IV Funding:

eSpark allows districts to leverage Chromebooks, tablets, and laptops for engaging, rigorous instruction

eSpark features online resources that have been aligned to state standards and vetted for engagement and efficacy

eSpark provides classrooms with online instruction and practice aligned to each student’s unique learning needs

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