‘Essentially Abdicating Their Role’: Report Finds States Lack Plans for Ensuring Schools Spend Pandemic Aid on the Kids Who Need It Most

When Congress voted last spring to send schools an unprecedented $125 billion in COVID-19 relief funds, it laid down some basic guidelines. Most of the money should go directly to districts with an eye toward compensating for the pandemic’s academic and safety challenges, and states should track whether local officials complied.

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