In the United States, one in six Americans—including K-12 students, faculty, and staff—occupy our 100,000 public schools.1 These institutions are available for several funding opportunities under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act to:
- reduce climate impacts;
- cut energy and utility costs;
- create high quality local jobs; and
- ensure all schools are safe and healthy for students and staff.
This factsheet lists the broad range of programs now available to K-12 public schools, school districts as well as state, local and Tribal governments—and guides them on how to maximize the social and economic impact of these dollars.