How Schools Spent $190B in COVID Relief

Schools have raked in roughly $190 billion in
relief funds that
advocates argued were desperately needed to help the system recover from the pandemic.But more than two years into the recovery, some schools have
not yet spent
piles of cash Congress handed them through three separate stimulus bills.And in places where the spending is underway, COVID-19 relief dollars have sometimes funded projects that have seemingly little to do with the stated aim of returning public schools to normal.“The good news is the federal money helped, and it made a difference,” Ralph Martire, …

U.S. National Debt

The current U.S. national debt: