The Washington Post | Schools Got $122 Billion to Reopen Last Year. Most Has Not Been Used.


Segun Eubanks, professor and director of the Center for Education Innovation and Improvement, discusses how federal education funding could aid struggling students. 

“The influx of federal dollars presents an opportunity to give unprecedented support to “kids who weren’t getting the educational opportunities they needed before the pandemic,” including children from low-income families, English language learners and students with special education needs,” said Eubanks. 

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