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Here is a compilation of federal, state, and private grants and funding resources that align with the goals of using Panorama.

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CARES Act Funding

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Title I, Title IV & Title II Funding

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Private & Non-Profit Funding

 

CARES Act &

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funding

Panorama can help schools and districts support student needs through challenges created by Coronavirus and school closures.

  • Activities to address the unique needs of low-income children or students, children with disabilities, English learners, racial and ethnic minorities, students experiencing homelessness, and foster care youth, including how outreach and service delivery will meet the needs of each population.
    Panorama Student Success allows educators to monitor and intervene on the academic, behavioral, attendance, social-emotional learning, and basic needs of all students served by the district, including the unique needs of the student groups named above. Panorama provides key insights for teachers and school leaders into gaps between student groups. Educators can view data breakdowns related to students’ relative advantage, including race and ethnicity, Free or Reduced Lunch, English Language Learner, and other statuses, across each aspect of a student’s achievement.

  • Purchasing educational technology (including hardware, software, and connectivity) for students who are served by the local educational agency that aids in regular and substantive educational interaction between students and their classroom instructors, including low-income students and students with disabilities, which may include assistive technology or adaptive equipment.
    Panorama provides educators with up to date Academic, Behavior, Attendance, SEL, and Benchmark Assessment data in one space. Educators can easily assign and manage evidence-based interventions across multiple tiers of support, and can collaborate with interventionists, support staff, and administrators. Panorama provides classroom-level, school-level, and district-level reports that provide teachers and school leaders with individualized data they can use to improve their support for student performance. Panorama’s analytics provide results disaggregated by student characteristics including gender, race and ethnicity, and FRPL status.

  • Providing mental health services and supports.
    Panorama Student Success contains integral collaboration and documentation tools for counselors and mental health professionals to log student support notes, assign and manage evidence-based interventions, and collaborate with interventionists, support staff, and administrators.

 

  • Providing principals and others school leaders with the resources necessary to address the needs of their individual schools.
    Panorama's social-emotional learning measurement for students and staff provides school leaders with insight into the social-emotional strengths and needs of their school communities. Panorama provides professional development to school staff as well as data reports and resources to support students through the Panorama Playbook

 

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 Title I Funding

Panorama can help schools and districts meet key Title I obligations to improve outcomes for lower-achieving children.

  • Meet the educational needs of low-achieving children in our Nation's highest-poverty schools, limited English proficient children, migratory children, children with disabilities, Indian children, neglected or delinquent children, and young children in need of reading assistance.
    Panorama’s surveys measure and assess key areas of educational need for low-achieving students, including classroom Expectations and Rigor, Pedagogical Effectiveness, Interest in Subject, and Learning Strategies, among others. The Panorama Student Survey has been translated into over a dozen languages to reach all students. Similarly, Panorama Student Success allows educators to monitor and intervene on the academic, behavioral, attendance, and social-emotional needs of low-achieving students.
  • Afford parents substantial and meaningful opportunities to participate in the education of their children.
    Panorama provides many pathways for increasing family engagement in their children’s schools. The Family-School Relationships Survey helps schools understand current levels of family participation in the education of their children. Panorama also provides families with access to their student’s performance information through Panorama Student Success. These tools help school leaders build a shared culture of parent participation in school as well as engage parents in specific opportunities to support their children. 
  • Close the achievement gap between high- and low-performing children, especially the achievement gaps between disadvantaged children and their more advantaged peers. 
    Panorama provides key insights for teachers and school leaders into gaps between student groups. Educators can view data breakdowns related to students’ relative advantage, including race and ethnicity, Free or Reduced Lunch, English Language Learner, and other statuses, across each aspect of a student’s achievement in school.
  • Significantly elevate the quality of instruction by providing staff in participating schools with substantial opportunities for professional development.
    Panorama provides direct professional development to school staff as well as data reports and resources that staff can use to elevate the quality of instruction in school. Panorama enables grade-level teams, teaching coaches, and educator evaluators to engage teachers in data inquiry and to develop individualized professional learning and development based on teachers’ strengths and areas for improvement.
  • Provide greater decision-making authority and flexibility to schools and teachers in exchange for greater responsibility for student performance.
    Panorama provides classroom-level, school-level, and district-level reports that provide teachers and school leaders with individualized data they can use to improve their support for student performance. Panorama’s analytics provide results disaggregated by student characteristics including gender, race and ethnicity, and FRPL status.
 

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 Title IV Funding

Panorama can help schools and districts provide enriching academic and support programs for students’ well-rounded education.

  • Supporting LEAs in offering a well-rounded education and fostering safe, healthy, supportive, and drug-free environments.
    Panorama’s surveys help schools and districts measure and improve key aspects of a healthy school environment, including School Safety, School Climate, Cultural Awareness, and Teacher-Student Relationships. Our data dashboards provide holistic indicators of student success across academics, attendance, behavior, and social-emotional learning (SEL) for students.
  • Expanding access to or coordinate resources for school-based counseling and mental health programs, such as through school-based mental health services partnership programs.
    Panorama’s SEL measures provide school-based counselors and mental health professionals with a comprehensive social-emotional assessment of students’ needs. Panorama’s dashboards allow counselors and educators to log and track the progress of their interventions. All staff are able to access Panorama’s Playbook of resources and training in the area of SEL.
  • Close the achievement gap between high- and low-performing children, especially the achievement gaps between disadvantaged children and their more advantaged peers. 
    Panorama provides key insights for teachers and school leaders into gaps between student groups. Educators can view data breakdowns related to students’ relative advantage, including race and ethnicity, FRPL status, English Language Learner, and other statuses, across each aspect of a student’s achievement in school.
  • Disseminating best practices and evaluating program outcomes relating to any LEA activities to promote student safety and violence prevention.
    Panorama helps schools and districts track the effectiveness of safety and violence programs by measuring change-over-time with valid and reliable surveys on topics like School Safety and School Climate.
  • Provide greater decision-making authority and flexibility to schools and teachers in exchange for greater responsibility for student performance.
    Panorama provides classroom-level, school-level, and district-level reports that provide teachers and school leaders with individualized data they can use to improve their support for student performance. Panorama’s analytics provide results disaggregated by student characteristics including gender, race and ethnicity, and FRPL status.
  • Programs that help prevent bullying and harassment. Panorama helps educators monitor student and school-wide trends in behavioral incidents and positive behavior.
    Panorama’s SEL measures also give educators a deeper understanding of each student’s foundational skills in areas like Social Awareness, Emotion Regulation, Self-Management, and Social Perspective Taking—key aspects towards developing healthy and safe habits in school.
  • Establishing or improving school dropout and reentry programs.
    Panorama’s early warning indicators provide school staff with actionable alerts of students’ at-risk signals for dropout. For students re-entering a school, Panorama helps educators measure Student Engagement, Teacher-Student Relationships, Sense of Belonging and Valuing of School to ensure that every student is connected to their academic learning environment and is supported by adults.
  • Designing and implementing a locally tailored plan to reduce exclusionary discipline practices.
    Panorama helps schools and districts monitor school-wide discipline practices to identify incidences of disproportionate discipline across student groups, as well as understand the root causes of these issues using social-emotional and school climate data. Panorama’s reports allow educators to track real-time trends in behavior and SEL data, allowing for greater insight into practices that promote equity in schools.
  • Establishing learning environments and enhancing students’ effective learning skills that are essential for school readiness and academic success, such as by providing integrated systems of student and family supports. 
    Panorama provides a comprehensive platform for integrated systems of student and family supports, such as a multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) and response to intervention (RTI). Panorama allows educators to monitor students’ academic and learning progress using multiple sources of data, and to plan tiered interventions and supports. Panorama also supports the measurement of students’ SEL skills, as well as family supports and engagement, to ensure schools are supporting students’ foundational learning skills for academic success.
 

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Title II Funding

Panorama can help schools and districts to improve teacher & leader quality and increase student success.

  • Providing evidence-based professional development activities that are sustained, intensive, collaborative, job-embedded, data-driven, and classroom-focused
    Panorama’s Adult SEL Readiness Assessment is for school and district administrators interested in understanding teacher and staff readiness to support students’ social-emotional learning (SEL). Administrators, principals, teachers, and staff take this assessment to reflect on their preparation and capacity to model and support SEL on campus.

  • Elevating relevant data to understand educators’ most pressing needs
    Panorama’s Panorama’s Adult SEL Readiness Assessment gathers teacher, faculty, and staff perceptions of professional learning opportunities; confidence in the classroom; school climate; and relationships with colleagues, families, and school leadership in relation to SEL. With this data, professional learning can be targeted to the opportunities for growth elevated by each district or school’s local staff needs.


  • Providing ongoing professional development aimed at cultural competency and responsiveness and equity coaching, designed to improve conditions for all educators and students, including educators and students from underrepresented minority groups, diverse national origins, English language competencies, and varying genders and sexual orientations.
    Panorama’s Professional Development to Advance Equity & Inclusion helps state and district leaders build capacity within their systems to drive strategic initiatives on equity and inclusion and plan next steps to cultivate equitable, culturally responsive schools. Furthermore, Panorama’s Adult SEL Readiness Assessment can provide key insights into gaps between teacher groups by gender, race/ethnicity, and other key indicators to ensure that professional development opportunities are impacting all teacher and staff groups equitably.
  • Providing data to monitor performance and ensure continuous improvement, including plans for data collection, analysis and/or an evaluation.
    Panorama provides school-level and district-level reports that provide school, and district leaders with data they can use to track the impact of professional development from student, staff, and family perspectives. Panorama’s analytics provide results disaggregated by student and staff characteristics including race and ethnicity, and gender. 

 

Private and Non-Profit Funding 

While most districts find funds for Panorama in their general budget or federal funding sources, several private, non-profit, and corporate grants align with the work that Panorama supports in schools.

 

 

  

  

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