Funding Options

zSpace learning labs are eligible for many federal, state, and local funding sources. These sources could be providing funding for curriculum, technology, professional development, infrastructure, STEM, after school programs and/or CTE which could all apply to zSpace implementations. We also find that customers often split the costs between multiple funding sources. To learn specifics about how zSpace learning solutions meet the requirements of these funding source, contact us.


Local Funds

Many schools have used local or existing funds to purchase zSpace learning labs. These include:

  • School bonds
  • Technology funds
  • District foundations
  • Parent organizations
  • Library budgets

These local funds are often associated with new construction, innovation, STEM equipment, facility or infrastructure/technology upgrades. zSpace brings to the district both a local and global differentiator, enabling the district and community to stand out in the use of education technology and innovation. If a formal proposal is required, we can work with you.

New Yorkers, check out the Smart Schools Bond Act!


Federal Funds

zSpace learning labs are eligible to be funded through several federal funding sources including Title I, Title II, Perkins and e-rate rebates.

Title I:
Title I provides financial assistance to local educational agencies and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards. Every year $14 billion in Title I funds are distributed to schools across the country. Schools with 40% or more of children in poverty can allocate title I funding through a schoolwide program.
Title II:
Some districts have also used Title II funds as the zSpace labs can be used for teacher preparation and training in STEAM subjects as well as innovative teaching techniques.
Perkins Career and Technical Education Act:
Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act funding has been used by many districts to purchase zSpace labs that focus on the academic and technical achievement of CTE students, particularly in Health Careers. The current funding mission mentions specifically simulation of real work environments, which aligns to the zSpace learning experience.
E-rate Rebate:
Federal e-rate Universal Service Fund e-rate BEAR (Billed Entity Applicant Reimbursement) rebates are another possible avenue for zSpace funding as the rebates are not limited to infrastructure and can be spent on anything approved by the e-rate coordinator. A district should check with their e-rate coordinator for possible leverage of e-rate rebates.

Federal Grants

Federal grant programs include:

The application process can be demanding and requires a great deal of detailed information. If you are planning to apply for a grant, we can guide you through the process, provide zSpace specific information and suggest how to submit the most competitive application possible.


State Funds and Grants

Each state provides both formula and grant funding that can be used to purchase zSpace learning labs. Use the following links to state websites to learn more about what might be available in your state.

New Yorkers, check out the Smart Schools Bond Act!


Private Funds

Private funding options include education foundations, like the Carnegie Foundation and corporate led initiatives, foundations and grants from companies such as Citgo, Best Buy, Toyota and Boeing.

For a current list of opportunities click here.

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