ARP ESSER Local Education Agency (LEA) Allocations
The American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act allocated $5 billion to the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund for use by local education agencies (LEAs).
Of the total allocation, the ARP Act directed $4.5 billion directly to school districts and charter schools based on their share of 2020-21 Title I-A funds.
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The Pennsylvania General Assembly and Governor Wolf allocated most of the remaining ARP ESSER funds to LEAs via Act 24 of 2021.
Act 24 of 2021 allocated $135 million to intermediate units, career and technical education centers, schools designated for Additional Targeted Support and Improvement (A-TSI), private residential rehabilitative institutes, approved private schools, chartered schools for the deaf and blind, and entities providing services for youth in local correctional institutions and community day programs.
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Act 24 allocated $250 million in additional funding to school districts and charter schools to address learning loss, $50 million to school districts and charter schools for summer enrichment programs, and $50 million to school districts and charter schools for afterschool programs and activities.
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