Frontline Education Releases White Paper to Assist K-12 School Officials in Understanding the Most Effective Uses of ESSER Funds
Data and Analytics support comprehensive planning in support of an organization’s strategic goals
Malvern, Pa –December 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —
Frontline Education, a leading provider of administration software purpose-built for educators in K-12, today announced the release of Demystifying ESSER Funding Questions: Managing Short-term Financial Needs While Ensuring Long-term Sustainability. The white paper, developed by the Frontline Research and Learning Institute, details specific approaches using easy-to-use tools that leverage comparative and financial analytics to build immediate spending strategies while maintaining long-term fiscal strength and accountability.
What: K-12 school leaders are facing challenges understanding ESSER funding, specifically how and when to spend it most effectively. Readers will gain an understanding of how comparative analytics can inform overall financial strategy and how financial analytics can be used to develop short- and long-term plans. These tools can be easily available to all leaders and are not complicated to use.
Why: K-12 organizations now have access to an unprecedented amount of funding, and it is being distributed at a rapid pace. Many school leaders are expressing concerns about how the money can best be used, especially since they have permanent needs but only temporary funding. Data and Analytics will help school leaders navigate this new territory by equipping them with relevant data, comprehensive insights and compelling visuals to build a plan that supports organizations in achieving their strategic goals.
Where: The white paper is hosted on the Frontline Research & Learning Institute website.
Who: Chris Ryan, Sr. Analytics Advisor and Travis Zander CPA, Sr. Analytics Advisor share data and insights on how education leaders can leverage comparative and financial analytics to best utilize all of the available funding sources.
Frontline Education is a leading provider of school administration software, connecting solutions for student and special programs, business operations and human capital management with powerful data and analytics to empower educators. Frontline partners with school systems to deliver tools, data and insights that support greater efficiency and productivity, enabling school leaders to spend more time and resources executing strategies that drive educator effectiveness, student success and district excellence.
Frontline’s broad portfolio includes solutions for proactive recruiting and hiring, absence and time management, professional growth, student information systems, special education, special programs, Medicaid reimbursement, school health management, inventory control and asset management, payroll, benefits and financial management. Over 10,000 clients representing millions of educators, administrators and support personnel have partnered with Frontline Education in their efforts to develop the next generation of learners.
Frontline Education’s corporate headquarters is located in Malvern, PA, with Location Hubs (physical offices) in Roseville, CA, Naperville, IL and Austin, TX. In addition to Frontline’s Location Hubs, Collaboration Hubs – flexible locations in areas where Frontline has a concentration of team members, have been established across the country and Remote Location Hubs – designed to drive remote employee engagement through intentional and common use of tools and processes, have been established as part of a company-wide effort to reimagine the work environment.
About the Frontline Research & Learning Institute
The Frontline Research & Learning Institute is a division of Frontline Education, a leading provider of school administration software, empowering strategic K-12 leaders with the right tools, data and insights to proactively manage human capital, business operations and special education. The mission of the Institute is to provide data-driven research, resources and observations to support and advance the education community. The research is driven by the vast amount of data derived from solutions that Frontline provides to more than 12,000 educational organizations, representing over 80,000 schools and more than 60 percent of the nation’s school districts.