Streamlined Platform for EANS Program and GEER Funding


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ClassWallet offers an end-to-end solution that provides administrators with maximum control & accountability, and non-public schools with an easy to use platform to spend their GEER II funding.

Virtual wallet
Virtual Wallet for Schools
School Management
School Application Management
Reimbursement Management
Reimbursement Management
Online marketplace
Online Marketplace of Goods & Services
Pre-approval capabilities
Pre-approval Capabilities
Customized reporting
Customized Reporting

Consolidate school funds distribution and expenditure tracking through one single, paperless platform

ClassWallet is used for EANS funded programs in the following states:

Arkansas EANS
Florida EANS
Georgia EANS
Indiana EANS
Massachusetts EANS
MIchigan EANS
Minnesota EANS
Missouri EANS
South Carolina EANS

Recent Press

ClassWallet Selected by Six States to Manage Nearly $500 Million in Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools Program Funds

ClassWallet has been selected by six states – Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Massachusetts and South Carolina – to manage and distribute a combined $485 million in funds from the Federal Government’s Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools (EANS) program to help non-public schools to address the educational disruptions caused by COVID-19 … Continue reading

The Education Report: ClassWallet to Distribute “Strong Families, Strong Students” Initiative Funds In Idaho to Low Income Families

ClassWallet has been awarded a contract from the State of Idaho and the Idaho State Board of Education to help distribute close to $50 million in funds for its ‘Strong Families, Strong Students Initiative’ to families for their remote learning needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds for the initiative … Continue reading

ClassWallet Powers Oklahoma Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund

“Low-income Enid families can receive up to $1,500 in funds for school supplies, tutoring and technology needs as more schools turn to distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of its Digital Wallet program, the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund will provide grants to up to 5,000 families statewide at or below the poverty … Continue reading

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