All Aboard the Coronabus – What the Second Coronavirus Stimulus Means for States, Districts,
In this webinar, we’ll cover the new provisions in the late-December “Coronabus” legislation which funds the government for the remainder of the fiscal year and provides additional stimulus money to education. Attendees will learn what’s new in this bill in higher education and K-12 funding, key differences in use of funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and how private schools are treated for purposes of equitable services. We’ll also discuss the impact of additional provisions including FAFSA changes, expansion of Pell eligibility, and more. Finally, attendees will learn best estimates for how soon this funding might get out – and what answers we are waiting on from the U.S. Department of Education (ED).
Who Will Benefit?
This webinar is of value to all federal granting agencies, federal grant recipients, and everyone who works with federal grants, including:
- Grant and program administrators
- Grant program staff
- State, district and school personnel
- Program monitors
What Will You Learn?
- Learn the contents of the “coronabus” legislation
- Explore the new or differing uses of funds for existing streams of funds (i.e. ESSER, GEER, HEERF)
- Learn about how private school services are treated under this legislation
- Congressional plans for oversight and monitoring of stimulus funds generally will be covered.
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