The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP) signed by President Biden on March 11 provides a crucial windfall for state departments of education and school districts, especially those that have been affected by expenses and lost funds due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The plan provides more than $120 billion in education dollars to relieve those most impacted, including lower socioeconomic and minority populations.
In this Intel Partner University course, you’ll learn about the newly enacted American Rescue Plan Act and how these funds can be used to help both K-12 schools and higher education.
The course is based on interviews with Jon Bernstein, president and founder of Bernstein Strategy Group, a government-relations consulting and lobbying firm. You’ll learn how your clients and prospects can best use these funds to further their education technology needs and goals.
What you’ll learn
Here’s more detail on what you’ll learn from this Intel Partner University course:
> Learn about the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP) signed by President Biden in March 2021 to support state departments of education and school districts financially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
> Explore how the over $120 billion set aside for education helps to support those most impacted, including lower socioeconomic and minority populations.
> Understand the concept of “learning loss” — and how the ARP’s funds are intended to be used so that you can help your clients and prospects navigate their education technology needs and options.