By David Sherfinski and S.A. Miller
The Washington Times
Just $6 billion of the nearly $130 billion earmarked for K-12 schools in President Biden’s coronavirus relief package is slated to go out the door before October, according to Congress’ official budget scorekeeper.
And most of the $113 billion for schools from previous relief packages hasn’t been spent yet.
The projections lend credence to the notion that the $1.9 trillion relief package Congress is rushing to pass needs to be better targeted, particularly the spending to reopen schools.
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