Secretary DeVos quickly puts an additional $ 54 billion in Help Covid help for K-12 students, teachers and schools urgers educators to re-operate schools safely and take Immediate measures to address unprecedented loss of learning loss of unprecedented paradement learning Children 5 January 2021 Contact: Press office, (202) 401-1576, Press@ed.gov
  • Washington - Secretary of Education of the USA UU Betsy Devos announced today that is now available More than $ 54 billion in emergency relief funds to support K-12 schools, facilitate the continuity of learning and the measure and address the loss of learning caused by the lack of opportunities for learning in person. This financing is assigned by the Act of Supplementary Assignment and Relief Assignments of Coronavirus, 2021, Public Law 116-260, initiated in Law by President Donald J. Trump on December 27, 2020.

    " Each student deserves access to a full-time education and the opportunity to learn safely in person if they decide. Unfortunately, all schools still refuse to serve their students, while more than $ 9 billion in ACT emergency ACT funds - money that has been available since April - has not knocked down, "said Secretary Devos. "This new relief financing, in addition to the funds that still languish in the ACT accounts, should be used to offer a full-time quality education to each student and identify and remedy students who have fallen behind. We know that all Many students are trapped in schools that have not been effectively completed to remote instruction or remained closed for much longer than public health experts. Public schools can and should continue instruction and reopen safely. "

    This additional financing can be used to measure the student's progress, identify students who have been left behind and provide different resources of instruction and learning that will bring them at the grade level.

    To see how much each state will receive as part of today's announcement, please click here. Assignments are based on a formula that is aimed at low-income students.

    The financing assignments announced today are part of the $ 81.9 billion Congress assigned to the Education Stabilization Fund in the last ROVID relief package. It deduces the $ 30 billion assigned by the Cutes Law, and will also be distributed to K-12 schools and higher education institutions. The department continues causing the funds as quickly available as possible, in the Secretary's address.

    Parents can track how their state and local education agencies are using this financing through the Education Stabilization Fund Portal (ESF), a search tool that shows how states and districts are Spending your dis dollars.

    The Department continues to update www.ed.gov/coronavirus with information for students, parents, educators and local and state leaders on how to avoid the spread of Covid-19. To obtain additional resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Covid-19, visit www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-cov/index.html.

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