Families in communities across the country are very concerned about how the pandemic is impacting student learning.
Right now, states and school districts across the country are deciding how to spend $122 billion in federal education aid – called the American Rescue Plan (ARP) – that’s supposed to help students recover from the pandemic. While most families support this historic investment in schools, there are very few strings attached for how the money is spent by states and school districts.
This is the moment to reimagine education! We don’t want to return to “normal.” We want to see bold changes in how our kids are educated. Join us in holding school boards accountable for how they spend this investment on the education of our children!