A Guide to Federal Education Programs
That Can Fund K-12 Universal Prevention and
Social and Emotional Learning Activities
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Federal education funding has often been overlooked by school districts in search of sources of support for
prevention. This guide is intended to help districts take advantage of those funds by identifying
K-12 grant programs in the U.S. Department of Education (ED) that could be used to implement prevention
efforts in elementary and secondary schools.
The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools and the Center on Education Policy, both at the George
Washington University, analyzed dozens of federally funded programs administered by ED. This research
found 15 specific funded programs that contain either explicit or implicit authority for prevention-related
activities. The main sections of this guide describe each of these programs, including their purpose,
recent funding levels, entities eligible for funding, and specific provisions in the authorizing legislation,
regulations, or program guidance that explicitly or implicitly permit funds to be used for prevention.