In the last two years, $190 billion has been committed to help education agencies at the state and local level address the educational impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. This influx of monies has created opportunities to address the whole child using data-informed practices that may have been out of reach previously. But with ESSER funds expiring this year, it’s time to strategically plan for long-term support of the whole child. To do this, you’ll need to have the right data to support your fiscal requests. Learn how having the right data can provide long-term support for your team structures and whole child programs so they can be hard-coded in your district goals.
Hear from district leaders who've unlocked new funding for initiatives to support the whole child well past the ESSER cliff.
Darlene Markman, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Bergenfield Borough School District (NJ)
Lindsey Gregg, Director of Teaching and Learning, Talawanda School District (OH)
Moderated by Brianne McCarthy, Account Director, Panorama Education