Lodi Unified spent a chunk of its federal Covid relief funds to send students to a two-week summer camp at a local university.
The California School Boards Association examined districts’ spending reports; its analysis reveals a lack of clarity on how billions in funding were used.
See how the over $13.6 billion in federal aid to California’s K-12 schools will be spent using this interactive database.
U.S. Secretary Miguel Cardona visited Los Angeles to promote building positive relationships through mentorship and community volunteering.
CSU Northridge benefits from the federal Covid relief formula which makes the campus eligible for $265 million, the most of any California college.
This week: Summer programs can provide a transition to post-Covid school reopening; students' needs are great and districts have funding.
California colleges and universities will share in $5 billion from the federal aid: Half will help students cover tuition and basic needs such as housing. The other half will ease campus losses in pandemic and costs of online classes.
Altogether, federal funding to the state’s schools from the CARES Act, a second round in December and the new plan totals $28.2 billion.