SERAPH provides help to financially struggling schools with our Education Grant and Funding System.
SERAPH researches public and private funding on a regular basis.
We track many funding sources that are not widely publicized.
Our team of seasoned education professionals can provide much needed help to administrators and school boards through our 3 step process:
- Assessment of current programs and grant applications to ensure that funding is received.
- What do our clients qualify for in Federal, State, Local and Private funding sources.
- A plan of action to secure funds.
We can help with:
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
Office Of Elementary And Secondary Education (OESE)
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
Department Of Education
Funding Of Public Schools
Funding For Private Schools
Special Education Funding
Dropout Prevention Program
Smaller Learning Communities Program
Academic Improvement And Teacher Quality Programs
School Improvement Fund
Byrne Formula Grant Program
Truancy Reduction Demonstration Program
Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program (SDFSP)
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
Executive Office of Weed and Seed (W&S)
IDEA special education funding from the USDOE requirement of a ‘Climate Assessment’ for all federal education grants. This assessment cannot be performed by local police agencies and is focused on federal laws [IDEA, ADA] and management practices by the U.S. Department of Education.
A Climate Assessment is a must for securing any federal grant money this year. The Climate Assessment requirement standards can be met by using the SCHOOL SECURITY AUDIT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM. It provides training – certification and management oversight for schools so that they can meet the requirements for all available federal grants.
The current program also includes a Grant Map which provides available federal grant information and detailed strategy for securing 2016-2017 funding for participating districts.