Teaching and learning matters.
But so does culture and climate.
As school budgets shrink, making the right funding decisions is hard.
You need to invest in the classroom. But new research out of the University of Chicago suggests that it’s equally necessary to fund other aspects of the school experience, such as culture and climate.
If you’re like most districts, you don’t have enough money in your budget. Fortunately, there are other places to look. Our latest whitepaper, Funds for Your Future, highlights the different ways you can use Title I and other federal grants to fund key programs beyond the classroom.
Download your copy and learn:
- How to use Title I funds to support culture and climate
- The untapped power of Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants
- How to coordinate with state departments to ensure compliance
Fill out the short form to get your copy.