MAKE $170 BILLION FOR SCHOOLS OUTLIVE THE VIRUS

Virtually all our CTE and STEM training systems align with the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 funding guidelines, which puts $252 BILLION within your reach this year. And while many responses to the pandemic will become obsolete after the virus runs its course, our time-tested training systems will continue to enhance learning outcomes for many years to come.

FIELD-TESTED SOLUTIONS

Eric Rubio has been using our training systems to help his heavy vehicle students thrive in a distanced learning environment. Check out the feature story his school district produced to showcase his success.

FAQ

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

The process for distributing these funds will vary by state,  but since these are Title I funds, you should talk to whatever administrator handles Perkins requests.

Don’t worry – no complicated grant application is required. Generally speaking, all you’ll need to do is request a quote for the training systems on your wishlist explain how those training systems will help with distanced learning when you submit your request. Your local DAKTIC rep can help you put together a proposal with this information.

There are BILLIONS of dollars (yes, that’s billion with a “B”) available for education. 

$81.9 Billion via the Educational Stabilization Fund 2021, which have been allocated as follows:

  • $54 Billion – K-12 Allocation
  • $22 Billion – Post-Secondary Allocation
  • $5.9 Billion – Governors Fund, etc.

Virtually any training system we carry fits the description outlined in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. The legislation says the funds are to be support the following needs:

  • Distance and Hybrid Learning Equipment
  • Student Learning Loss due to COVID
  • Solutions Using Evidence-Based Models
  • Assessment Tools for Distance Learning 

All COVID relief funds are available now and can be spent through 2024.

Funds must be spent by September 2022.