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Schools and districts are challenged to keep up with changes to state and federal funding requirements. As a pioneer in technology-enabled instruction, Achieve3000 is prepared to support our partners with evidence-based and proven-effective solutions and services. See how the Achieve3000 Learning Platform aligns to federal funding initiatives by clicking here.

Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act

CRRSA: Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund

$54.3 billion is reserved for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund. Read the DOE's fact sheet to learn more.

Using evidence-based approaches, the Achieve3000 Learning Platform assists education leaders with addressing student learning loss, improving distance learning engagement, and enhancing summer and after-school programs.

Our customizable solutions help education leaders address the specific needs of low-income students, racial and ethnic minorities, and homeless students by:

  • Meeting students where they are with differentiated instruction
  • Engaging content and features that create equity for all students
  • Robust language and learning scaffolds
  • Best in class professional learning services and customer support

Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act

GEER: Governor's Emergency Education Relief Fund

$4.05 billion is reserved for the Governor's Emergency Education Relief Fund and will be distributed according to individual state plans.

Awards to Governors may be used to provide emergency support through grants to local educational agencies (LEAs) that have been most significantly impacted by coronavirus. Of the $4.05 billion, $2.75 billion is set aside for Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools (EANPS) grants.

Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act

Every Student Succeeds Act

Supports family engagement in education, and ensures that every child has an education that helps them reach long-term success.

There can be many reasons why you might want to increase your focus on literacy instruction: as part of an overall school-improvement initiative, an effort to reduce the number of long-term ELLs, or to provide enrichment and remediation opportunities during out-of-school hours. Whatever the reason, our core literacy platform and solutions for foundational literacy and core instruction can deliver the results you need to access and engage several of ESSA’s funding mechanisms.


Title I

Provides financial assistance to schools with a high percentage of children from low-income families.

Our evidence-based and proven effective core platform is the perfect solution for schools and districts looking for a systemic approach to improving student outcomes by:

  • engaging parents and families,
  • encouraging students to read during out-of-school time, accelerating literacy growth, and
  • giving ALL students an equal chance for literary success.


Title II

Provides financial assistance to improve the quality and quantity of teachers and principals in school systems.

Support and professional development for educators across every content area—and not just ELA/Reading teachers—are at the core of every Achieve3000 implementation. Our professional learning services go beyond “product training” with a focus on:

  • best practices for technology-enabled instruction,
  • robust reports and key metrics available through the free Leadership Edition,
  • implementing a distric-wide approach to school improvement,
  • meeting teachers where they are and coaching them for optimal professional growth and student performance.


Title III

Provides schools with financial assistance to advance the education of English language learners, giving them the same academic opportunities as all students.

BOOST is our core literacy solution for ENLs, featuring robust language scaffolds. Our customized solution for ENLs. It’s used by 25% of Achieve3000’s customers to increase the number of students learning English who can access content-area knowledge. In fact, our National Lexile Study shows that EN students who hit quality and quantity targets achieve more than 3X their expected Lexile growth over the course of a single school year.


Title IV

Provides schools with financial assistance and grants for after-school programs and other extended learning beyond the standard school day.

The Achieve3000 Learning platform is accessible from anytime, anywhere, from any device. Our National Lexile Study shows more than 3X the expected Lexile growth for students who logged in after school and hit quality and quantity targets.