Funding Information

Create Supportive and Thriving School
Communities with 7 Mindsets Solutions!

Funding Information

Create Supporting and Thriving School
Communities with 7 Mindsets Solutions!

Purchasing Support

Do you want to know what funding sources are available to support your purchase of 7 Mindsets solutions? Our mindset-based and mental health learning solutions meet federal funding eligibility standards and other state and local grant requirements. Districts and schools are encouraged to use the following resources to help secure funds to purchase and implement 7 Mindsets solutions.

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Federal and State Funding for 7 Mindsets Solutions

7 Mindsets solutions align with numerous federal funding sources, including state formula-allocated block grant programs and competitive grant programs. Learn more by downloading our Federal Funding Guide and viewing our ESSER Funding Guide.

State Funding Sources

State education funds can often meet district and school funding needs. Learn about your State Funding Programs.

Federal Funding Sources

  • Title I, Part A: Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Educational Agencies
  • Bipartisan Safer Communities Act— Stronger Connections Grant Program
  • Students, Teachers, and Officers Preventing (STOP) School Violence Program
  • Title II, Part A: Improving Teacher Quality State Grants
  • Title I, Part C: Migrant Education
  • Title I, Part D: Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children and Youth who are Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk
  • Title IV, Part A: Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Program
  • Title IV, Part B: 21st Century Community Learning Centers
  • Title IV, Part D: Magnet Schools Assistance Program
  • Title V, Part B: Rural Education Achievement Program
  • Title VII: Impact Aid
  • IDEA: Special Education Grants to States
  • Full-Service Community Schools Program
  • McKinney-Vento Education for Homeless Children and Youth Program
  • OJJDP Enhancing School Capacity to Address Youth Violence
  • Project AWARE (Advancing Wellness and Resiliency in Education)

Community Funding Sources

  • Banking institutions serving your community, including credit unions
  • Community foundations
  • County government discretionary funds
  • Corporations or businesses at the local or corporate level
  • Education foundations
  • Faith-based institutions
  • Governors’ special council funds for child abuse prevention
  • Hospitals and medical clinics
  • Mayors’ offices—municipal government
  • Mental health funds
  • Neighborhood Watch groups
  • Police departments and other crime prevention associations/organizations
  • Parent-teacher organizations/associations
  • Private foundations (particularly those serving your community)
  • Service organizations

Funding Application Resources

The following information may be useful when submitting grants to support implementation of 7 Mindsets solutions.

Student and Educator Well-being

7 Mindsets teacher-led Tier 1 digital instruction and professional learning gives students and educators hope for the future, a firm belief in their potential, and a strong sense of belonging and connection.

Mental Health Support and Intervention

BASE Education primarily focuses on Tier 2 and Tier 3 targeted mental health supports. BASE offers student-facing, interactive mental health prevention and intervention education.

Assessment to Support Effective Whole Child Instruction

xSEL Labs provides assessments to measure students’ social and emotional competency and school climate before and after program implementation. Assessing students’ progress can play a significant role in providing evidence-based information in your grant application process.

Additional Resources

Greenlights Grant Initiative: The Greenlights Grant Initiative is focused on raising awareness about school safety grants, equipping school districts with resources and tools for successful applications, and ensuring continuous and more equitable federal funding for school safety.

NEA Foundation Student Success Grants: NEA Foundation offers two levels of funding for educators to fund grant activities for 12 months. Applicants must be members of the National Education Association.

FundsNet: Find information about private grants from philanthropic sources.

Grants.gov: Search a comprehensive list of formula and discretionary grant opportunities from 26 federal agencies.

Want to Learn More?

Request a demo or more information. Submit the form or give us a call at 678-878-3144. Our knowledgeable 7 Mindsets experts are ready to help!

Want to Learn More?

Request a demo or more information. Submit the form or give us a call at 678-878-3144. Our knowledgeable 7 Mindsets SEL experts are ready to help!