How to make the most of your COVID relief funds

School district leaders across the country are cautiously optimistic about post-epidemic teaching and learning – and are tracking what could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to upgrade their technology infrastructure and classrooms with next-generation solutions such as interactive displays. , Laptops, and more.

In 2020 and 2021, Congress passed three COVID relief packages that added up to $ 190 billion for public and private schools. A few billion more are expected to come soon.

The potential for this funding is great. How to effectively protect and implement can be difficult. Join a panel of eSchool News and the most insightful analysts in the country as they discuss state-of-the-art and what districts can do to take advantage of federal and state edtech funding programs.

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