These schools are planning free summer camps with stimulus money
Tulsa schools have a long shopping list of projects for when federal stimulus money makes it to Oklahoma.
Teachers and administrators are thinking of ways to put the pandemic-plagued 2020-2021 academic year firmly in the rear view mirror by making schools better than they were before.
The $1.9 trillion stimulus bill signed into law by President Joe Biden last month sets aside more than $120 billion for education. The money, including $81 billion already released, will flow from Washington to the states and then be dispersed to districts.
Then districts can pay for area-wide programs and direct money to schools like Monroe Demonstration Academy, a middle school in Tulsa.\
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