Evers to direct additional $90M in federal COVID funds for K-12

Gov. Tony Evers today announced he’s putting another $90 million of federal COVID-19 funds into K-12 education with a portion of the new money dedicated to mental health services.
Districts will have until the end of calendar year 2026 to spend $75 million of the money for various needs, including staff. That money will be distributed on a per-pupil basis and amounts to $91.15 per student for each district and independent charter school.
The other $15 million is on top of $15 million Evers previously gave schools to help with mental health services. Between the two pots of money, districts tha...

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