Funding resources for educators

Our funding resources make it easier to get started with IXL. Expedite the grant application process with our comprehensive product summary sheet, or explore our curated collection of federal, state, and private funding information.

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To help you with your funding search, IXL has assembled a set of resources that you can use to learn more about funding sources and grant opportunities.

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Federal funding

Federal funds allocated to schools and districts can be used to pay for IXL. Click on a federal fund to learn more.

What is Title I?

Title I provides funds to schools to ensure that all children have an equal opportunity to receive a high-quality education and meet challenging state academic standards. Title I programs target schools with a high number of children from low-income families.

How does IXL align with Title I?

IXL's standards-aligned content is adaptive and scaffolded to ensure that students at any level can work towards skill mastery.

What is Title IIA?

Title IIA strives to increase student academic achievement by improving teacher and principal quality.

How does IXL align with Title IIA?

Our Professional Learning Services team empowers educators to maximize their impact on student learning with personalized professional development. Our comprehensive content helps teachers prepare effective lessons, and IXL Analytics provides the tools to differentiate instruction and assess student progress.

What is Title IID?

Title IID strives to improve student academic achievement through technology. This includes increasing access to technology and promoting initiatives that enable teachers and administrators to integrate technology effectively into school curricula.

How does IXL align with Title IID?

IXL's flexible curriculum can be used with any teaching strategy, including 1:1, flipped classrooms, and rotational models. Read our case studies to learn more about how educators have implemented IXL in the classroom. Explore case studies

What is Title III?

Title III programs help ensure that children with limited English proficiency, including immigrant children, become English proficient and meet the same challenging academic content and achievement standards as their English-speaking peers.

How does IXL align with Title III?

IXL has comprehensive English language arts skills for pre-K through 12th grade. IXL also offers audio support in English for all math and English language arts skills up to 5th grade.

What is Title IV?

Title IV supports programs that foster a safe, drug-free learning environment, uphold academic achievement, and involve parents and communities.

How does IXL align with Title IV?

IXL is often used as an engaging activity in before-school and after-school programs. In one California elementary school, a before-school IXL Math lab raised 4th grade standardized test scores by 23 points. Read the full study

What is Title V, Part A?

Part A of Title V is designed to promote educational innovation and improvement through programs supported by scientifically-based research and to meet the needs of all students, including at-risk youth.

How does IXL align with Title V, Part A?

IXL supports school improvement across a variety of classroom models. Research shows that schools that use IXL have higher standardized test scores than schools that do not. Explore research

What is Title VI, Part B?

Part B of Title VI is designed to help rural districts that lack the resources to compete effectively for federal grants and often receive grant allocations that are too small to meet their intended purpose.

How does IXL align with Title VI, Part B?

Incorporating IXL helped a rural Kentucky school skyrocket in state rankings from below the 5th percentile to the 97th percentile. Read the full study

What is Title VII?

Title VII supports efforts to meet the unique educational needs of American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students to promote their success on challenging academic standards.

How does IXL align with Title VII?

IXL's standards-aligned content is adaptive and scaffolded to ensure that students at any level can work towards skill mastery.

What is IDEA, Part B?

IDEA is a federal act that provides disabled children with a "free appropriate public education" designed to prepare them for further education, employment, and independent living.

How does IXL align with IDEA, Part B?

IXL supports students at any level with adaptive and scaffolded content that builds skill mastery. IXL provides educators with the tools to assess student progress and has been implemented in special education and RTI programs with great success. Read a case study

What is Head Start?

Head Start is a federal program that promotes the school readiness of children ages 0–5 from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development. Head Start programs provide comprehensive services to both enrolled children and their families.

How does IXL align with Head Start?

IXL offers comprehensive math and English language arts skills with full audio support for pre-K and kindergarten.

What are School Improvement Grants?

School Improvement Grants are designed to increase student achievement by supporting focused school improvement efforts in consistently low-achieving schools.

How does IXL align with School Improvement Grants?

Incorporating IXL in the classroom produces measurable results. With IXL, one Kentucky high school rocketed from the bottom 5% of state rankings to the 97th percentile. Read the full study

What is SRCL?

The Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Program is designed to advance the literacy skills of all students up to 12th grade. These students include English language learners and students with disabilities.

How does IXL align with SRCL?

IXL offers comprehensive, standards-aligned English language arts skills for pre-K through 12th grade. IXL's content is adaptive and scaffolded to ensure that students at any level can work towards skill mastery.

What are Preschool Development Grants?

Preschool Development Grants are designed to help create or improve preschool services. These grants can also be used to expand existing high-quality preschools in low- and middle-income communities.

How does IXL align with Preschool Development Grants?

IXL offers comprehensive math and English language arts skills with full audio support for pre-K and kindergarten.

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State funding

State governments allocate educational funding for a variety of projects. Click on your state below to learn more about funding opportunities provided by your state's department of education.

Private funding

Many private organizations help teachers, schools, and districts find funding for educational initiatives. Click on an organization to learn more.

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