Districts have been using the funds to renovate HVAC systems, hire staff and more. Now, some may need to cut program and jobs.
But having some students on a different schedule comes with challenges both societal and economic.
School districts big and small are increasingly popular targets for ransomware attacks.
The pandemic relief program that provided free meals was an outlier in the 75-year history of the federal school lunch program.
ESPs, or classified employees, are a chronically underpaid part of the education system. Low wages are driving them out of the profession.
It can be challenging to figure out whether pandemic-related changes will end up being permanent.
Kindergarten enrollment declined by 10% in Michigan public schools last year, according to a new study. It's not only happening there.
These are the first statewide programs, though some cities already have universal free lunch in schools.
Run-down public schools made air quality a problem before COVID.
With so many schools online, screen fatigue, parents opting out and other coronavirus-driven variables, how will districts get the funds they need?