Funding your myON implementation
Because the myON personalized literacy environment is designed to support and enhance existing programs – or form the core of new initiatives – our solutions directly align to multiple funding streams available to schools and districts.
Title I, which provides for additional instructional supports and extended learning opportunities for disadvantaged students, and includes a parent and family engagement requirement.
Title III, which focuses on improving the English language proficiency of English learners through high quality reading materials, professional development for educators, and activities to foster literacy among families and communities.
21st Century Community Learning Centers Programs, which provide academic enrichment and remediation, language skills for Limited English Proficient students and family engagement opportunities.
Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Grant, which is focused on advancing literacy skills for students from birth through Grade 12, including children living in poverty, English learners and children with disabilities.
The Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grant , the Title IV Block Grant under ESSA, which supports activities that promote safe and healthy students, well-rounded educational opportunities and the effective use of technology.