Finding the funds for schoolwide SAT and ACT prep courses isn’t as difficult as you might think. Yes – there will be some paperwork involved, and you may need to get permission from a few people along the way, but most educators believe it’s worth it to be able to provide high quality test prep to every student in school.
If you’re ready to bring Method Learning’s SAT prep courses and ACT prep course to your school, here are a few programs you can explore.
Please click here to let us know if you know of any additional funding sources so that we can share them with other educators.
Federal Government Funding:
- Title I – Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged
- Title IID – Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT)
- Title IV – 21st Century Schools
- Title V, Part A – Promoting Informed Parental Choice and Innovative Programs
- Title VI, Part B – Rural Education Initiative
- Title VII – Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Education
- IDEA – Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
- GEAR UP – Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs
- TRIO programs – Talent Search and Upwardbound
Additional Funding Options:
Local Business Grants – Many times local businesses such as hardware stores, grocery stores, and banks are willing to help fund courses like schoolwide SAT and ACT prep. Ask in your local community or contact your chamber of commerce for leads on businesses that may be able to help.
Parent Teacher Associations – Many PTAs are willing to fund schoolwide SAT and ACT prep courses. Have a representative attend the next PTA meeting or contact the head of the PTA in your district. We can arrange a live demo of the software so they can evaluate it along with your staff.
We’re committed to helping students across the country get the SAT and ACT test prep help they need. Explore these resources and contact us for assistance.