The Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grant (SSAE) consolidates multiple federal grants into one program.
What can be funded: SSAE has three categories of allowable activities:
Distribution of funds: Local Education Agencies will receive SSAE funds by formula based on their Title I allocation. Allocations to Local Education Agencies must be a minimum of $10,000.
Schools to be served: Districts must submit applications to the State describing how funds will serve schools that:
If a district receives more than $30,000 in SSAE funds, at least 20% must be spent on activities that support student access to well-rounded educational opportunities.
Examples: Activities to support well-rounded educational opportunities include:
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|uEngineerIt! Maker Crates||K-8||STEM|
|STEM Invention Toolboxes||K-8||STEM|
|interactive MUSIC (Realize) powered by Silver Burdett with Alfred ©2016||PreK-8||Music|
|Project Imagine||9-12||US History|
|Magruders American Government||9-12||Government Ed|
|Environmental Science: Your World, Your Turn||9-12||Environmental Ed|
|American History Middle Grades||6-8||History|
|United States History||9-12||History|
|myWorld Social Studies||K-5||Social Studies|
|Realidades Digital Edition||6-12||Spanish|
|AP® Spanish||9-12||AP®, Spanish|
|Rodríguez, Reflexiones de la literatura hispánica||9-12||AP®, Spanish|
|Abriendo paso||9-12||AP®, Spanish|
|Sendas literarias||9-12||AP®, Spanish|
|Una vez más||9-12||AP®, Spanish|
|AP® French: Preparing for the Language and Culture Examination||9-12||AP®, French|
|Allons au-delà!||9-12||AP®, French|
|Une fois pour toutes||6-12||AP®, French|
|Longman Latin Readers Series||9-12||Latin|
|Accelerated Learning Programs|
|View All AP® Programs||9-12||AP®|
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If a district receives more than $30,000 in SSAE funds, at least 20% must be spent on activities that create safe and supportive schools and improve students’ physical and mental health.
Examples: Activities to support safe and healthy students include:
Safe and supportive learning environments
Students’ physical and mental health
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|Safe and Healthy Students|
|Stuart J. Murphy's I See I Learn at School||PreK-1||social-emotional learning|
A portion of SSAE funds can be used to increase access to personalized, rigorous learning experiences supported by technology.
Examples: Activities to support increasing the effective use of technology can include:
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|Pearson System of Courses||K-12||digital learning resources|
|SuccessMaker||K-8||personalized learning, digital learning resources|
|iLit Literacy and ELL Solutions||4 and up||Increase engagement of EL students and digital learning resources|
|Classroom Technology Professional Development||PD||PD related to Tech|
|myPerspectives™ English Language Arts||6-12||blended learning|
Engage your K-8 students with hands-on Makerspaces for project-based learning. uEngineer it! Maker Crates foster innovation, creativity and problem-solving. Let students channel their “inventor” skills with materials that support new Engineering Design Standards.
could provide uEngineer it! Maker Crates to 8-15 classrooms.
Make interactive devices, build programmable contraptions, and create inventions with easy-to-use, color-coded electronic “bits” that snap together!
At $475 per grade, each STEM Invention Toolbox serves approximately 5 students.
could provide STEM Invention Toolboxes for over 100 students.
Engage your U.S. History students using technology-based immersive experiences driven by primary sources. For under $500 per classroom of 30 students, your students won’t just study the past—they can Be Part of History.
could provide Project Imagine to 20 classrooms.
Enhance K-8 music learning with an exciting mix of songs and new interactive activities. A 1-year, grade-level package of interactive Music is between $330-$548, depending on the grade level.
could implement interactive Music in 3 K-5 buildings.
Prepare students for peak performance on the AP Exam. At $14.97 per Guide, a classroom of 25 AP students could receive Test Prep materials for under $375.
could fund Test Prep materials for 26 AP classrooms.
Engage grade 6-12 students with authentic Spanish language and cultural experiences. For less than $3000, provide a new Spanish curriculum for a class of 30 students.
could implement Auténtico, a new Spanish curriculum, for 3 classrooms.
AP® is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
Develop social-emotional skills and positive behaviors in grades PreK-1. A classroom package of I See I Learn at School is $599.97.
could provide this social-emotional curriculum in 16 classrooms.
Provide personalized learning in reading and math for struggling K-8 students. SuccessMaker pricing varies based on license needs, subscription length, and school size. Contact your account representative for details.
could provide personalized learning in reading and math for up to 200 students.
Engage English learners in Grades 4 and up, and accelerate their language development. iLit pricing varies based on license needs, subscription length, and school size. Contact your account representative for details.
could increase EL engagement via iLit ELL for 100 English learners.
Classroom Technology Professional Development helps school leadership teams build a plan to lead a successful digital conversion. 1-day workshop for 30 participants is $3150. Choose from the following workshops:
could fund 3 Professional Development workshops for 90 teachers, averaging $105/teacher.