Explore Funding Opportunities for EducationCity

EducationCity can help educators learn more about how to leverage available funding streams that will ensure that students have access to this proven online education solution. Our experts are constantly monitoring existing and developing opportunities, and they are ready to partner with you today. To learn more about the funding resources available for purchasing EducationCity, please visit the Funding page at Edmentum.com

For a brief overview of a few of the potential funding sources for EducationCity, please click below:


EducationCity meets all funding requirements set out by No Child Left Behind (NCLB). The pillars of NCLB – stronger accountability for results, more freedom for states and communities, proven education methods, and more choices for parents – align perfectly with the benefits of using EducationCity.

Grants +

In a downturn economy, teachers have to be creative to obtain what they want for their students. There are numerous local business, state-funded, and federally-funded grants available for technology and curriculum. EducationCity is committed to assisting schools in finding funding that will help the education of children.

Title I and Title III Funding +

These federal government sources of funding are welcome. The ability to differentiate instruction for special needs students makes EducationCity an excellent choice to benefit both Title I and Title III students. The resources appeal to all types of learners: visual, audio, interactive, self-paced, gifted, and remedial.


The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) governs how states and public agencies provide early intervention, special education, and related services to more than 6.5 million eligible children with disabilities.

Microsoft Voucher Program +

EducationCity appears on the eligible vendor list in the following states:
California: www.edtechk12vp.com
Iowa: www.iowaschoolmicrosoftsettlement.com
Wisconsin: www.microsoftwik12.com

Community Facilities Loans and Grants +

The United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development provides loans, grants, and loan guarantees through its Community Facilities Program to develop essential community facilities for public use in rural areas. This may include schools.

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