MIAMI and INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Indiana has selected ClassWallet to help it track, report and facilitate distribution of $87 million in federal and state funds to non-public school students and their families, as well as families of special education students, impacted by COVID-19 learning disruptions.
- The fintech company has extensive experience in helping states to track, report and facilitate the distribution of funds for EANS, EANS II, K-12 student scholarships and family microgrants, and other federal and state programs.
- Its digital wallet solution is used in 27 states and 19 state agencies across 6,200 schools serving 4.1 million students and growing.
- "ClassWallet will be a fantastic resource for the State of Indiana and its students," said Indiana Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell, who oversees the Indiana ESA program.
- "ClassWallet is a proven performer for states like Indiana to distribute monies from a range of federal and state funding sources,"said Jamie Rosenberg, CEO, ClassWallet.