U.S. FEDERAL FUNDING
Special Education (IDEA)
Federal funding that provides financial assistance to support the
academic achievement of disadvantaged students to local school systems
and schools having high percentages of students who qualify for free or
Title I, Part A
Federal funding that provides financial assistance to local school systems and schools with high percentages of students who qualify for free or reduced lunch to support the academic achievement of disadvantaged students.
Title IID (Enhancing Education Through Technology)
Federal funding to integrate technology into the classroom.
Title III (English Language Acquisition)
Federal funding for programs to meet the educational needs of limited English proficient students.
Title IV (21st Century Community Learning Centers)
Federal funding to create community learning centers that provide students with academic enrichment opportunities as well as additional services designed to complement their regular academic program.
Adopt-A-Classroom is a national, award-winning nonprofit
organization supporting classroom teachers by helping them find funds
for approved classroom projects. Teachers who need help covering
out-of-pocket classroom expenses (like VocabularySpellingCity Premium
Membership) can register to have their classrooms listed on the Adopt-A-Classroom
website and made available for donors to fund.
Digital Wish is a non-profit organization empowering American teachers and their supporters to get new technology into their classrooms. Donations are tax-deductible. Teachers can register on the DigitalWish website to start fundraising for their classroom technology needs. VocabularySpellingCity's Premium Membership is an approved product for DigitalWish.com funding.
Washington Learning Source (WLS)
WLS member districts and their schools can purchase Premium Membership to VocabularySpellingCity at a special rate.