The Hunt Institute & The U.S. Department of Education | Tapping ARP Funding to Support Innovative Approaches in Education

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Join The @Hunt_Institute on 8/4 with panelists Nick Simmons and Jessica Cardichon to discuss how states and districts in the US are using ARP funding to maximize student impact. Register: http://ow.ly/Teft50JlOWH #EdHomeroom @usedgov 

 

On 8/4, The @Hunt_Institute’s #EdHomeroom webinar will host panelists from @usedgov to talk about ARP funding across the country. You won’t want to miss it! Register: http://ow.ly/Teft50JlOWH 

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With over $122 billion in federal aid allocated to schools as part of the American Rescue Plan (ARP), states and districts across the country have a historic opportunity to invest in their students. This funding – 90 percent of which is required to go directly to local education agencies (LEA) – also has an unprecedented level of flexibility, empowering states and districts to address specific concerns in the aftermath of the pandemic. From investing in policies to address learning loss to programs that strengthen the educator workforce, this influx of dollars has highlighted innovative approaches for recovering our education systems.  

Join The Hunt Institute and the U.S. Department of Education for a conversation around how states and districts across the country are utilizing their funds and the need for thoughtful and intentional spending to maximize student impact. 

Register here: http://ow.ly/Teft50JlOWH 

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Hi (name), 

 

With over $122 billion in federal aid allocated to schools as part of the American Rescue Plan (ARP), states and districts across the country have a historic opportunity to invest in their students. This funding – 90 percent of which is required to go directly to local education agencies (LEA) – also has an unprecedented level of flexibility, empowering states and districts to address specific concerns in the aftermath of the pandemic. From investing in policies to address learning loss to programs that strengthen the educator workforce, this influx of dollars has highlighted innovative approaches for recovering our education systems.  

Join The Hunt Institute and the U.S. Department of Education for a conversation around how states and districts across the country are utilizing their funds and the need for thoughtful and intentional spending to maximize student impact. 

 

Panelists include:  

  • Nick Simmons, Senior Advisor for School Reopening and Recovery, Office of the Secretary 
  • Jessica Cardichon, Deputy Assistant Secretary for P-12, Office of Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Development

You can register for the webinar here: http://ow.ly/xsZP50JhQ2e 

See you soon! 

 

Sincerely, 

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