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Several GOP members of the panel questioned Cardona about whether the inclusion of the 1619 Project meant ED was endorsing a “controversial” revision of American history.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona says the federal government will not micromanage schools but will ensure students receive free, appropriate public education.
In his first joint address to Congress, President Biden outlined proposals that would boost education funding by hundreds of billions of dollars.
Vaccinated individuals can now go without masks outdoors, but unvaccinated individuals including children under 16, should continue to wear them.
They money is to be used to identify students experiencing homelessness and provide them with services and assistance to attend school.
State education agencies must apply for the remaining $41 billion from the American Rescue Plan by June 7. Requirements include meaningful consultation with education stakeholders and the public.
Official answers from Education Department staff to questions posed by Title I educators and administrators.
U.S. Education Department updates COVID safety guidelines with information on using American Rescue Plan funds and a focus on equity and access.
The request is a $29.8 billion increase over the 2021 budget. Here’s a breakdown of what programs the money would fund.
The money, half supplied through direct grants and the other $50 billion through bonds, also includes $45 billion to replace lead water pipes nationwide.
The funds will be available immediately. See how much each state will receive to get students back to in-person learning. The Biden administration also announced a summer learning partnership.
U.S. Education Department will be making nearly $122 billion in ESSER funds allocated as part of the American Rescue Plan Act available to state educational agencies this month.
What money from the three funding bills – CARES Act, CRRSA Act, and the American Rescue Plan, can be spent on.
Here are the key provisions in the nearly $123 billion fund for K-12 schools as part of the larger COVID relief bill.
The Senate passed its version of a relief package that includes approximately $126 billion in funding for K-12 education, down from the nearly $130 billion provided by the House.