Pa. Governor Tom Wolf says that this money will help get students back into classrooms.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Nearly $5 billion in COVID relief money is expected to go to Pre-K through 12th grade schools in Pennsylvania.

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Pa. Governor Tom Wolf says that this money will help get students back into classrooms.

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At least 90% of the money will go to public schools and charter schools.

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Governor Wolf says all schools have been affected by the pandemic and that the extra money will help schools adjust and keep students and teachers safe.