As schools continue to grapple with pandemic-related needs in the fall semester and beyond, decision-making around federal funding is a priority for school boards across the state. Join Ian Rosenblum from the U.S. Department of Education to learn more about funding through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund I, II, and III. The state plan application presents an opportunity for states and local education agencies to engage the public to ensure that the needs of students and communities are best reflected in state and local spending plans. Get details on stakeholder engagement requirements and a federal perspective on best practices for utilizing these funds. Bring your questions to have them addressed by the experts.
Ian Rosenblum, acting assistant secretary, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education
Jared Solomon, senior policy advisor at Bose Public Affairs Group
John Callahan, PSBA’s chief advocacy officer
Cost: Complimentary for PSBA members