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Education Funding Partners

EFP is redefining K-12 public education by bringing the power and resources of national advertisers to support our schools and advance student achievement. School districts need new revenue to fund unfunded mandates and manage shrinking budgets. Together, districts and EFP bring corporate sponsorship dollars to help districts meet their educational objectives.

Introduced by EFP in 2010, this sustainable public-private partnership model taps large company marketing budgets to run digital advertising on school district and school websites. Our model reaches parents, teachers, and students—without interfering with education—at no cost to districts.

EFP adNet was created for school districts

Our product is a digital advertising platform that only runs safe and education-friendly brands viewable by parents, teachers and students. Districts monetize their website digital assets by running carefully screened ads on selected pages.

EFP adNet. Your website can generate the revenue to fund your important mandates.

EFP adNet is a no-cost, revenue-generating digital advertising platform. It engages trusted, education-friendly advertisers who want to reach parents and teachers by advertising on the most visited pages on your websites. EFP adNet is an “always on” platform that generates revenue districts can count on.


No cost to districts. No strings attached.


Districts select from education-friendly advertisers


Districts choose the sites and pages for ads to appear


Sets up and easily integrates in days


Complements all templates and website designs


Districts decide how to use the new revenue from adNet