NYC restored funding to schools that lost students. Will principals be able to spend it in time?
When New York City officials refunded money to schools that expected their budgets to be cut due to shrinking enrollment, they said the move would come as a relief to principals who are trying to keep students engaged during the pandemic.
As roughly $130 million comes flooding back into the budgets of nearly 900 schools, some principals are funneling the money into evening sessions for students who have incomplete coursework or expanding their supply of library books that feature Black or Latino characters.
But other school leaders said the city’s budgeting rules mean they won’t be able to spend significant chunks of the windfall.
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