By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Thanks to the American Rescue Plan, Pittsburgh Public Schools will get around $150 million in funding.

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The Pittsburgh Public Schools say they’re planning to use about $50 million in those funds to buy computers for each student, fund WiFi upgrades, and improve indoor air quality.

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They also plan to use the funds to support summer learning programs.

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Nearly $100 million will support future investments in instructional materials, teacher development, and support for families.