Early 2021 CRRSA Act funding provides $54.3 billion for K12 Schools. This package allows for broad use to stabilize schools during these uncertain times, including providing mental health and wellbeing support to students.
Navigate360 offers a proven digital student mental health and social-emotional learning program that is backed by research. Our curriculum includes but is not limited to:
In early 2021, Congress approved a $900 billion overall COVID relief package that included about $82 billion for education. Known as the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA), relief provides $54.3 billion for K12 schools, largely delivered through Title I funding. That amount is 4x the funding schools received in the CARES Act approved in March 2020. It also allocates $4 billion for governors to spend at their discretion, with $2.7 billion of that for private schools.
Most of the money allotted to K12 schools in CRRSA will go directly to school districts based on the formula for funding they receive through Title I of the federal Every Student Succeeds Act. The state can reserve up to 10% for administration purposes, leaving the rest for local education agencies.
Districts can use this funding for any activity allowed under other federal laws for education, including:
Navigate360 offers a proven digital student mental health and social-emotional learning program that is backed by research and aligned to the standards developed by the National Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL). This program is mapped to the grade-specific learning objectives published by various federal and state education boards.
Providing mental health services and supports
Navigate360 Social-Emotional Learning and Restorative Curriculum (Suite360 from Evolution Labs)