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ESSER Funds used to create 'Extended Learning Plan' to help at-risk students
The global pandemic created numerous hurdles for educators, students and families, particularly when schools ended in-person instruction, instead having to rely on various combinations of hybrid and virtual-only learning. Federal leaders responded by creating the Elementary and Secondary Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER Fund), “Intended to address the impact of that (COVID 19) has had, and continues to have, on public and nonpublic elementary and secondary schools,” according to the Office of Elementary & Secondary Education. Learn more about how Licking Heights uses the funds by clicking on the article:

ESSER Fund Use Article July 18, 2022