How San Diego’s 10 Largest Districts Spent Millions in Coronavirus Aid
Apr 20, 12:00 AM
San Diego County public schools used their first major wave of COVID-19 relief funds last year to make huge investments in distance learning and opted to spend far less on things like protective gear or coronavirus testing, a new Voice of San Diego analysis of state data shows. The same trend was seen among K-12 public schools statewide, though some of the region’s largest districts forged a different path – spending more on protective gear, redirected personnel or crisis counseling.
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