Billions are flowing to Texas schools for pandemic recovery. Here’s how they’ll spend it

The Dallas Morning News

Nearly $2 billion in federal pandemic aid is landing in the bank accounts of Dallas-area schools to help students recover from the pandemic.

The money — which state leaders announced this spring would flow to Texas schools — has a few strings attached. Districts must spend it on addressing student needs.


Effective tutoring can translate to between three and 15 additional months of learning, note researchers at Brown University’s National Student Support Accelerator.

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