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Are you familiar with the sources of significant federal dollars available to respond to the pandemic? The new American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) builds on the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA Act) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) for K-12 schools.

Improve student learning trajectories

For students who are at risk of academic failure, improving your school’s capacity to change their learning trajectories is critical. Title I funds provide the dollars you can use to make this happen. Renaissance provides the tools.

From assessment, to literacy solutions, to productive math practice, to job-embedded professional development, Renaissance products and services will help you make the most of your school’s Title I allocation. As a result of the 2020 CRRSA Act, waivers are allowed which remove the requirement that at least 40% of students qualify for free/reduced price lunch in order for Title I funds to be used schoolwide. That means that Title I dollars can be used to upgrade a school’s entire educational program so that all students experience academic growth.

Teacher and student


Title I funds are not limited to instruction. They can be used to purchase Renaissance Star Assessments, to deliver meaningful skills practice through Renaissance Accelerated Reader, Freckle by Renaissance, and Lalilo by Renaissance, and to provide a personalized reading environment through Renaissance myON and Renaissance myON News. Each of these proven products has a strong parent and family engagement component.

Did you know that Title I is the largest source of funding for professional development among all of the Federal formula programs? Renaissance’s professional development options focus on best practices to help teachers and staff at all levels implement your Renaissance programs with quality and fidelity—maximizing the impact of your Title I dollars.

Your district’s Title I allocation may vary from year to year, based on changes in population. If funds are increasing, it’s a good idea to invest these additional monies in products or services, rather than adding staff whose payroll costs may not be able to be covered in subsequent years. If your funds have decreased, keep in mind that Renaissance products save teachers’ time, facilitate grouping and instruction within the regular classroom, and provide easily accessible data for district and state reporting.

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