“Didn’t schools get $200 billion? Where did all that money go?!” Media headlines are buzzing with questions about stimulus dollars. Meanwhile, many districts haven’t even received ESSER III funds yet. The complexities inherent in receiving and spending ESSER funds, along with headlines and reports questioning how districts are spending these grants, have resulted in public confusion and mistrust about the mechanics and use of these critical federal funds. How can your district rise above the noise and share financial information in a way that makes sense? Find out here.
The Civic Life Project's Democracy 2022 Youth Film Challenge is a global film competition for youth under age 25 to generate civics-oriented videos that ultimately create a groundbreaking movement for young Americans to get engaged in our democracy and to vote.
The Center for Black Literature (CBL) at Medgar Evers College, in partnership with the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and University of Pittsburgh School of Education, invites high school and college students of all ages to participate in the writing contest “Celebrating Black Writers: Voices Calling for Activism and Social Justice.”
The Global Oneness Project is sponsoring a student photography and original illustrationcontest in which students are encouraged to document the fragility, hope, and future of our planet’s ecosystem due to climate change. All entries must be related to the contesttheme: The Environment Is in You.