Looking for Funding for WriteSteps?

What kinds of students and schools are finding success with our approach?

Suburban Inner-City
Low-Tech English language learners
High-Tech Special needs
Rural Advanced learners

School districts typically use one or more of these funding sources to purchase WriteSteps and to finance coaching (professional development) that is personalized to meet each school's needs:

  • 21st Century Community Learning Center grants
  • ARRA Funds – Stimulus Funding
  • Federal Technology Funds
  • IDEA – Special Education funds
  • Private Foundation grants
  • State and Local Curriculum Funds
  • Title I Part A
  • Title II – Professional Development
  • Title I Section 1003(g) School Improvement Grants (SIG)
  • Title I Supplemental Education Services (SES) funds
  • Title I C – Migrant Education
  • Title I Part D-2 – Neglected and Delinquent
  • Title II Part D, Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT)
  • Title III English Language Acquisition
  • Title VII Indian Education
  • Remediation Funds
  • Charter Schools
  • Investing in Innovation (i3)
  • Rural Education Initiative

Crowdsource Funds Using PledgeCents!

Because many schools and teachers are finding it helpful to look to crowdsourcing organizations for help purchasing WriteSteps, we have partnered with PledgeCents. Click here for a direct link to a sign-up page.

The following is a list of other sources to consider.

Digital Wish -
Grant Wrangler - -
GetEDFUNDing -

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