Funding resources to support digital learning

To help support our educators understand the links between available funding options and digital technology, we’ve put together a number of resources to help you make sense of the funding available to your school.

Whether you’re looking to integrate a 3P Learning solution into your curriculum or just trying to make sense of how digital technology aligns with your school’s funding, our 3P funding resources have you covered.

Funding Basics
Funding Webinars
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Federal Funding Summary

See how 3P Learning’s educational suite correlates with your federal funding.

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Title I
Title II  
  
  
  
Title III    
Title IV  
   
   
   
Title V  
   
   
   
Title VI  
   
   
   

Breaking down the basics

See how digital learning and 3P products align to specific Title Funding.

Purpose: The purpose of this title is to provide all children significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps

3P Programs: Mathletics, Mathletics Spanish, Mathseeds, Readiwriter Spelling

How 3P Programs align with Title I: 

  • Individualized pathways ensure students work at their ability level and promote and track mastery of academic standards.
  • Differentiated learning tools and content to create an inclusive learning environment
  • Supplemental offline resources to provide additional review and reinforcement
  • Extensive K-10 math instructional programs
  • Instant reporting ensures areas of weakness are identified

Mathseeds

Purpose/Primary Goal: To improve student academic achievement through the use of technology in elementary schools and secondary schools.

3P Programs: Mathletics, Mathletics Spanish, Mathseeds, Readiwriter Spelling

How 3P Programs align with Title IID:

  • All 3P Learning programs deliver their content online, utilizing new or existing hardware technologies to improve student achievement and ensuring that students cross the digital divide, becoming technologically literate early on.
  • State-based curriculum content, instant feedback, and ability level progression lead to improved student academic performance.
  • Collect, manage and analyze data to enhance teaching and school performance.
Purpose: To assist all English learners, including immigrant children and youth, to achieve at high levels in academic subjects so that all English learners can meet the same challenging State academic standards that all children are expected to meet.

3P Products: Mathletics Spanish, Readiwriter Spelling, Mathseeds

How 3P Programs align with Title III:

  • Mathletics Spanish – Neutral Spanish built for grades 3-8
  • Readiwriter Spelling alignment tests spelling with customized word lists for English Learners
  • Mathseeds combined Numeracy and Literacy focus
Purpose: As part of Title IV focus on improving student achievement through producing 21st Century schools (Access to a well-rounded education, improved school conditions), there is a specific portion of funds focused on technology. Specifically, improving the use of technology in order to improve the academic outcomes and digital literacy of all students.

3P Programs: Mathletics, Mathletics Spanish, Mathseeds, Readiwriter Spelling

How 3P Programs align with Title IV:

  • 3P Resources are available 24/7, in Spanish and English (for Mathletics)
  • Providing a personalized learning journey designed to improve academic achievement
  • Each program comes with a range of high-quality educational resources that educators can adapt to their classroom and share with other faculty members.
  • Best practice resources for delivering Blended Learning Strategies
Purpose: To provide a continuing source of innovation and educational improvement, including support programs to provide library services and instructional and media materials.

3P Programs: Mathletics, Mathletics Spanish, Mathseeds, Readiwriter Spelling

How 3P Programs align with Title VA:

  • Research-based targeted learning programs that focus on improving student achievement and delivering high academic standards
  • Software specifically used for instructional purposes both within the classroom and a home.
Purpose: Rural Education Achievement Program initiatives designed to help rural districts, in part by addressing: Educational technology, including software and hardware, as described in part D of Title II.

3P Programs: Mathletics, Mathletics Spanish, Mathseeds, Readiwriter Spelling

How 3P Programs align with Title VIB:

  • All 3P Learning programs deliver their content online, utilizing new or existing hardware technologies to improve student achievement and ensuring that students cross the digital divide, becoming technologically literate early on.
  • State-based curriculum content, instant feedback, and ability level progression lead to improved student academic performance.
  • Collect, manage and analyze data to enhance teaching and school performance.

Find out more about how you can use Title funding to enhance usage of digital learning at your school with 3P products

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Funding strategy webinars

Join us for our first funding webinar –  Understanding the CARES Act and COVID-19 School Funding

Join Dr Bob Pasternack, former Assistant Secretary for OSERS at the U.S. Department, for an hour-long walkthrough on the recently released CARES Act funding, and how to get the best out of it for your students and school.

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From the blog

Articles covering distance learning from our team of education specialists.

The teachers’ guide to thriving during school closure

With the coronavirus outbreak leading to school closures worldwide, the pressure is on for teachers to deliver meaningful learning experiences without classrooms.

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How Teachers Can Maintain Positive Parent Relationships During School Closure

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5 Common Pitfalls of Distance Teaching (and How to Avoid Them)

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Top Tips for Motivating Distance Learners

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Resources

Downloadable resources to support your distance learning.

School closure checklist

See the top five priorities you need to take care of when preparing or undergoing school closure.

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The Essential Distance Teaching Handbook

Find what you need to know to start your distance teaching journey in this simple ebook made for distance teaching beginners.

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Downloadables to send home

Find a range of downloadable resources to send home with students covering mathematics, literacy and science.

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