The need for robust technology infrastructure in K-12 education has never been more pressing. A global pandemic that sent faculty and students home and forced schools to turn to distance learning has undoubtedly accelerated online and hybrid models, more personalized learning, and innovative approaches to teaching and learning.
Funding these initiatives will be critical, but leaders may be unaware of the new sources available to them. Even familiar avenues of funding like E-rate can be overwhelming for districts who do not have dedicated staff to handle complicated application paperwork.
Join the Center for Digital Education and Cisco on February 25 at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern as our experts take a deep dive into critical funding opportunities to build a K-12 technology infrastructure for the future.
– E-rate: Tips and tricks for tackling the application process
– CARES Act Funding: What remains and how you can spend it
– The Biden Stimulus Plan: The latest on what is coming