American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 9, 2009
On February 17, President Barack Obama signed into law the "American Recovery and Reinvestment Act," providing more than $100 billion in new education funding. To help educators harness this historic opportunity, Thompson Publishing Group, the nation's leading education compliance publisher, created School Grants 2009, a subscriber-only Web site that offers a one-of-kind hub on all aspects of the education stimulus. The Web site offers breaking news, analysis and special reports on the bill and how it affects the entire educational spectrum, from pre-K to graduate school.
School Grants 2009 provides education professionals with:
Breaking News - As states prepare to handle billions of dollars in new education funds, Thompson's expert editorial team, based in Washington, DC, offers the kind of inside information you won't get from the New York Times and CNN, such as: how should states and districts receiving funds navigate the tricky "maintenance of effort" and "supplement, not supplant" requirements; what types of school programs will be eligible for over $4 billion in incentive and innovation grants, and; which nationally recognized certification programs are available to help schools "go green"
Subscriber-Only Special Reports - The site offers in-depth reports that will help educators navigate through the weeds of education policy often ignored by the mainstream media. The reports will explore the fine points of the bill and application process, demonstrate how school renovations can become more environmentally friendly, and help walk officials through the financial "strings attached" to the stimulus funds.
Audio Conferences - Subscribers will be able to take part in audio conferences, featuring a panel of experts in the field of education funding who will guide listeners through the final legislation for both K-12 and higher education. Subscribers will also get discounts on future audio conferences and webinars.
Email Alerts - As events occur, e-mail notifications of major developments are sent to subscribers so they are always the first to know.
Reference Library -- The site includes a user-friendly reference section that offers all laws, regulations and guidance related to the education stimulus funds.
Since its debut on January 7th, education officials from large states to rural school districts, and from community colleges to 4-year universities, have been benefiting from School Grants 2009. And for only $399* you, too, can position your institution to make the most of this historic educational opportunity.
Go to http://www.schoolgrants2009.com to subscribe. Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.!
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