Schools Are Getting A Lot Of COVID Relief Money. Here's How They Plan To Spend It

Posted on AllSides September 1st, 2021
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New staff, new tech and even new classrooms — that's just some of what school superintendents across the country are buying with the windfall of COVID-19 relief dollars Congress has sent their way since the pandemic began. Those are the findings of a new survey of hundreds of school leaders put together by the national School Superintendents Association (AASA).

Before we get to the survey itself, though, some context:

Congress has approved essentially three big buckets of money for K-12 schools to help cover their pandemic costs: $13 billion from...

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