Discover which funding sources can be utilized to purchase iCEV
Because iCEV is a dynamic, modern solution to a traditional textbook, various funding sources can be utilized to purchase iCEV. Read below to discover the right allowable use for your district.
The iCEV platform features more than 1,400 lessons across eight subject areas and 16 career clusters, with more than 100 courses aligned to state and national standards. The iCEV Testing Platform offers 16 industry certifications from 12 certifying agencies.
iCEV’s online platform easily integrates into existing coursework and can be accessible from a variety of educational settings and teaching styles, including blended learning, flipped classroom, hybrid, in-person and self-paced. The platform provides customization options for differentiated learning and includes features such as progress tracking, automatic grading and LMS/SSO integrations. Additionally, the iCEV platform offers options accommodations and modifications, as well as strategy guides for special populations and Social Emotional Learning (SEL).
The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act (Perkins V) outlines the requirements for a high-quality CTE program, including boosting school engagement and on-time graduation, enhancing academic learning, addressing learning loss, incorporating hands-on learning opportunities and offering state-aligned curriculum.
Monies from the Elementary & Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund may be used for a broad range of activities, including any activity authorized under ESEA, IDEA, McKinney-Vento subtitle B, AEFLA and Perkins V Acts. The allowable uses apply to ESSER I, CRRSA ESSER II and ARP ESSER III.
The Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AFLEA) authorizes federal adult education programs through Title II of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
ESEA, Title I, Part A; Title II, Title III, Title IV
Allowable uses within the Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA), including the Native Hawaiian Education Act and the Alaska Native Educational Equity, Support & Assistance Act, include well-rounded career preparation activities utilizing technology (Title IV) and career and technical education programs to prepare students for post-secondary education and the workforce (Title I), as well as the Stronger Connections Grant.
IDEA, Part B
The Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) supports students with disabilities by offering access to high-quality CTE programs, specifically students’ participation in work-based learning opportunities. Within Section 504, the act states COVID-19 pandemic has created unique challenges for LEAs and the students. The responsibility for schools to comply continues in ensuring eligible students with disabilities receive Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE).
Title VII of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act addresses educational barriers faced by learners experiencing homelessness, emphasizing CTE program access and preparation for living-wage employment.