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Charles Hendrix

Students work together at the Sioux City Career Academy in Iowa, which received approval for its state COVID relief spending plan.
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Increased K-12 spending and COVID relief funds comes after years of underinvestment in K-12 education, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona says.
American Rescue Plan and other COVID relief funds should help close some of the access and equity gaps widened by COVID, the Department of Education says in a new report.
English-language acquisition funding would see a significant increase in funding under President Joe Biden's proposed education budget for FY 2022.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona says his agency will call out instances in which students are not e receiving a free, appropriate public education.
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