Will COVID relief funds help Michigan students recover?

A lack of coordination and financial support leaves individual districts to develop their own programs or take other approaches to learning delays.
Well-developed tutoring programs can make a big difference for students who struggled with online learning. These students are more likely to be people of color and to come from economically disadvantaged families.
Michigan schools received $6 billion in federal COVID relief money to help students and staff recovery from the pandemic.
Federal funds fuel an “explosion” of demand for dogs trained to work with emotionally distressed kids.
Michigan schools have $6 billion in federal COVID relief funding to spend to help students recover from the pandemic
Some districts have asked for community priorities and promised to keep the public informed about spending. Other districts have put in less effort.
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