Download Client Alert: Stimulus Package Overview for Education K-12
A $30 billion Education Stabilization Fund is available through September 9, 2021 to “prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus”
- Formula grants for states to subgrant to Local Education Agencies (LEAs) the State deems having had the greatest impact from corona-virus so that the LEAs can continue to provide educational services and to support “ongoing functionality”. Or for any other function the State deems necessary. $3 billion allocated.
- $13.5 billion in formula grants to states to subgrant to LEAs, including charter schools, for:
- Any activity authorized under federal K-12 law (Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), McKinney Vento Homeless Assistance Act (McKinney Act), and Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act (Perkins Act), etc.
- To prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus
- Activities to assist special populations, including low-income, special needs, minorities, and homeless students
- Improving response and preparedness
- Training on the prevention of the spread of communicable diseases and cleaning supplies
- Planning for long-term closures
- Mental health services
- Summer learning
- Other activities for continuity of learning
Project SERV (School Emergency Response to Violence) $100 million to respond to the immediate needs of coronavirus and the effects on students.
Ability by US Department of Education (DoE) to waive requirements for assessment, accountability, and reporting.
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