Funding resources for education.
Leverage coronavirus relief funding to modernize school communications, enhance hybrid learning, and set up your campus or district for the future of flexible education models.
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K-12 schools, institutes of higher education, and other qualifying education-related entities can use federal funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (CAA) to enhance communication, business continuity, and educational delivery.
Learn more about what funding is available to you, and how you can use these grants to prepare for future remote and hybrid learning needs with Neat and Zoom.
Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund
ESSER funding can be used by K-12 schools for:
Coordinating preparedness and response efforts with other state, local, tribal, or territorial entities
Addressing the unique needs of disadvantaged populations
Purchasing education technology (hardware, software, and connectivity)
Providing mental health services and support
Addressing student learning loss, including improving distance learning engagement
Visit the Department of Education Office of Elementary and Secondary Education website for more info on ESSER fund grants.
Speak with our grants team to find out how Neat and Zoom can help your school or district stay responsive to student needs and invest in smart classrooms for the future.
Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF)
HEERF funding can be used by institutes of higher education for:
Technology costs associated with distance learning
Faculty and staff training
See how Neat & Zoom can help you deliver a more connected, global educational experience that serves current and future students.
Qualifying schools & education entities
Governors Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund
GEER grants are awarded to state governors’ offices, which can provide subgrants to local educational agencies and institutes of higher education that have been most significantly impacted by the coronavirus. K-12, higher education, and education-related entities that the governor “deems essential” for carrying out emergency educational services are also eligible.
Here are a few ways GEER funding can be used:
Educational technology to assist students, educators, and staff with remote or hybrid learning
Education and support services for remote or hybrid learning or addressing learning loss
For more information on GEER Fund grants, visit the Department of Education Office of Elementary and Secondary Education website.
Connect with our grants team to find out how Neat & Zoom can enable you to reach students with critical educational services.
Design connected classrooms
Hybrid classroom hardware like digital whiteboards, headsets, and purpose-built video devices help educators create more immersive learning experiences.
Powered by Zoom Rooms, your flexible hybrid classroom improves access to new people, places, and opportunities.
Engaging and interactive video solutions allow for continuity of education in remote or hybrid situations. With Zoom Meetings , you can connect with students for synchronous learning from anywhere.
Zoom Video Webinars and OnZoom offer platforms for virtual speakers, events, and parent or faculty communication.
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hybrid classroom specialist today!
Neat and Zoom’s grants team is available to help you navigate stimulus funding opportunities and eligible spending.
Find out how your school or district can enhance distance and hybrid learning, improve student engagement, and address future educational needs.