The Education Exchange: How School Districts Spent $112 Billion in Federal Relief Money

Some states are not releasing or tracking data

Photo of Marguerite RozaA research professor at Georgetown University and director of the Edunomics Lab, Marguerite Roza, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how school districts have spent their federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funds, and what impact that has had on student achievement.

The Massive ESSER Experiment: Here’s what we’re learning,” co-written with Katherine Silberstein, is available now at Education

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