Video: How Nevada Schools Used the American Rescue Plan Funds to Get Through the Pandemic

By The Nevadan Staff

June 7, 2024

Three years after it was signed into law, Nevada’s school districts have spent nearly all of their allocated federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), which provided a key source of support as schools navigated the pandemic and its fallout. The act funded $1.9 trillion in “emergency assistance measures” when President Joe Biden signed it in March 2021, with $122 billion of that funding designated for school relief for preschool through 12th grade, according to a release on the White House official website. The law also dedicated $8 billion for states and school districts to support “certain student populations,” like homeless or disabled students. Click the link in our bio to read more.

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