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By Matt L. Smith
New relief is on the way for Alabama’s public schools. A $900 billion aid package was approved by Congress on Dec. 21 and signed into law by the president on Dec. 30.
The relief package provides approximately $82 billion to create an Education Stabilization Fund (ESF), with $54.3 billion allocated for K-12 public schools nationally. That’s about four times more than the $13.2 billion American schools received from the coronavirus aid package funding passed in March 2020. Alabama can expect over $900 million in relief.
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