Money for nothing Pa cyber charters rolling in pandemic aid while school districts scrounge
Under the recently enacted state budget, charter schools will receive $15 million in state health and safety grants to address COVID-19-related health and safety needs. This is much needed funding for public schools and brick and mortar charter schools that are offering some sort of in-person learning this fall. Here’s the best part. Every individual cyber charter school in Pennsylvania, schools that offer their instruction virtually, stands to receive $90,000 for health and safety needs! Virtual instruction – real money!