Ohio Sending $300M to Schools to Prepare for Return to Classrooms

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Controlling Board has approved federal funding to support the state’s efforts during the coronavirus outbreak, including $300 million for schools that will be used to improve health and safety during the upcoming school year. “Adjusting to life with coronavirus will require a lot of changes. We must do everything we can to keep Ohioans safe while expanding opportunities for learning. These are much needed resources for our students and staff,” said state Rep.

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