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The bill, the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions (HEROES) Act, would provide $182 billion for K-12 public schools, but no equivalent services for non-public schools.
The Students First coalition argues that safe in-person learning is possible during the coronavirus pandemic with proper protocols in place.
Catholic educators need to do everything possible to protect against lawsuits, and that begins with a clear and consistent Catholic identity.
Kelly Branaman, secretary for Catholic schools and superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Washington, said that she was “appreciative” that non-public schools were recognized as well as public schools.
COMMENTARY: In 2020, “seeing the world in black and white” is a moral imperative, according to some.
Catholic K-12 school with just 125 students feeds 1,000 people weekly as California’s Wine Country reels from pandemic, fires.
The letter praised Catholic institutions for adapting to the crisis, but it emphasized that distance learning was no substitute for direct contact between students and teachers.
In July, several states filed a lawsuit against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, saying funding for private schools should be based only on the number of low-income students, not total students, in accordance with Title I restrictions.