Dr. Amy Miner, PhD

Dr. Amy Miner, PhD

Funding and ESSR Information

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER) funding is intended to address students’ needs for underrepresented and highly impacted student subgroups.

Each state identifies the populations who need the funds and earmarks a percentage of these funds to support social emotional learning. If you are interested in learning more about how your ESSER funds can be used to support the social emotional learning of your students and staff, we can help!

Many districts are using their ESSER funds to purchase a K-12 well-being curriculum. To maximize the benefits of the ESSER funds, we recommend a multi-year purchase to ensure that curriculums are funded for many years. Additionally, In Focus provides multi-year purchasing discounts for both our student and teachers well-being curriculum.

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