Federal dollars from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) target learning recovery in our nation’s schools, especially students disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. The funding comes with reporting and tracking requirements which may be new to SEAs and districts.
Join the National Center and a panel of practitioners for an introduction to four tools that recipients can use to better implement and monitor ARP funds. These tools will help SEAs and districts track financial and outcome data and determine if interventions are making a difference for the students who need them the most.
The tools can help:
• Assess progress on activities at the state/territory and local level
• Identify and prioritize districts most in need of support
• Evaluate existing ARP-funded interventions to inform future decisions
• Track short-, medium-, and long-term outcomes for common interventions and communicate their impact
Hear from field experts about how the tools have already supported SEA teams and LEAs in meeting key ARP milestones during the 2022–23 school year.