Los Angeles Times: Newsom, legislators strike deal to reopen California schools with $2 billion in incentives for campuses


California governor Gavin Newsom and legislators plan to announce their plans for reopening schools this week. School districts across the state will be given $2 billion to open up school for children in transitional kindergarten through second grade. The plan also provides financial incentives to districts that provide in-person classes in counties with fewer than 25 new daily cases per 100,000. Click here to read the article by Taryn Luna and John Myers on Los Angeles Times.

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