The once-in-a-lifetime Covid pandemic with its economic shutdowns and disruptions drove Congress and two presidential administrations to approve an unprecedented $69 billion in aid for higher education and $189 billion for K-12 schools. Help EdSource follow the money by emailing tips about how this one-time federal money is being spent at colleges and districts across the state to email@example.com.
CSU Northridge benefits from the federal Covid relief formula which makes the campus eligible for $265 million, the most of any California college.
EdSource has gathered newly available federal data, with tables, charts, and maps, which detail funding and spending across the country.
The once-in-a-lifetime pandemic drove Congress and two presidential administrations to approve $69 billion in Covid relief for higher education with the highest amount, more than $9.5 billion, for California colleges and universities.