Schools fear job cuts as emergency pandemic funding runs out

The education industry is bracing for potential job cuts and reduced raises as a major batch of coronavirus pandemic funding is set to dry up.

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) grants, which will end in September, have been used to assist students with the mental health and test score problems that came with COVID-19, including adding positions from counselors to reading specialists.

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Source: ABC27 / The Hill), June 7, 2024.