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Learning Without Boundaries

Hybrid learning spaces ensure your school’s operational resilience. When faced with setbacks, having the option to shift to hybrid mode guarantees that learning never stops. Learn how to futureproof your classrooms with the right technologies.

The CARES Act & BenQ

Through the Education Stabilization Fund (ESF) of the CARES Act, the US government is helping COVID-affected schools and their students get back on track through investments in educational technology. The ESF covers a wide range of solutions that can help schools become more flexible and resilient. Choosing the right ones can maximize the return on investment.

The ESF is composed of three main emergency relief funds:



Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund

K-12 schools can use the ESSER fund to purchase educational technologies that help facilitate interaction between students and their educators.



Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund

Higher education institutions can use the HEER fund to cover the costs involved in improving the way they hold classes or deliver instructions to students.



Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund

Governors can use these funds at their discretion to aid educational institutions that they deem most affected by coronavirus.

As of April 2021, the US government has allotted over USD 280 billion in funds to alleviate the effects of the pandemic to education.

Education Stabilization Fund (ESF)

Established via the CARES Act



Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund

Higher Ed.


Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund



Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund


Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act




Additional funding


Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act





American Rescue Plan Act




NOTE: The figures used are approximate values.

Futureproof Classrooms

If there is anything the pandemic has exposed about the way we conduct classes, it’s that traditional in-person learning may not always be possible. Schools need to be able to provide education to students regardless of future challenges.

In a survey conducted by the World Economic Forum, 72% of respondents believe that over the next five years, education will be conducted either fully online or via a hybrid learning setup.

Whether or not your school already has plans to adopt hybrid learning, it’s best to make this decision with the right information at hand.

Still confused about hybrid classrooms?

We developed an ebook which details the short- and long-term advantages of hybrid learning setups and ways to implement it.

Do you know the cost of EdTech?

Get a better idea of how much schools should expect to pay when investing using our EdTech calculator.

Hybrid Learning Checklist

Are you looking for EdTech for your school but aren’t sure where to start? We did a review of the common items top universities consider when selecting EdTech and condensed them into a simple checklist.

  • Internet connection: Does your school’s internet connection need an upgrade to support hybrid classes?

  • Hybrid and remote capabilities: Are there tools that would allow participants to join lectures remotely?

  • Lesson utility: Are there classroom tools that can be used to:

    • Whiteboard?
    • Present slides?
    • Access and display online content?
    • Play audiovisual files?
    • Run special software needed for lessons?
  • Ease of use: Are these tools simple enough for teachers and students to understand and use?

  • Training and support: Does your technology provider extend assistance for training and technical support?

You can find the comprehensive version of this checklist in Futureproof Classrooms, the BenQ hybrid learning e-book.

Go Hybrid with BenQ

BenQ offers both hardware and software solutions that you can utilize for both blended in-person classes and hybrid learning. Contact a BenQ sales representative to know what solutions are most suited to your school’s needs.

The RP series is a powerful all-in-one interactive display that teachers can use to teach lessons, whiteboard, and access online teaching materials for in-person and hybrid classes.

Ideas flow freely in class with the EZWrite cloud whiteboard. With expandable writing space, multimedia importing, and other nifty tools, it’s easy to get students engaged. 

With a smart camera like the DVY23, you can extend the reach of your classroom. Use it with your BenQ display and broadcast your learning sessions to remote students in 4K clarity.

For a more seamless learning experience, use InstaShare to wirelessly cast your laptop or mobile device screen, multimedia files, and other educational content onto your BenQ displays.

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