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CDC and ASHRAE Guidelines for K-12 and Higher Education
On February 12, 2021 the CDC released guidelines for reopening K-12 schools. These new guidelines and other guidance resources for K-12 and Higher Education stress the importance of ventilation as a key mitigation strategy.
Below are links to CDC guidelines for K-12 and Higher Education buildings as well as links to relevant guidelines from ASHRAE.
Federal Relief for Education
On December 27, 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSA), which includes a stimulus and pandemic relief package of almost $900 billion. The stimulus package includes $81.88 billion for the Department of Education’s Education Stabilization Fund, including $54.3 billion for elementary and secondary schools, $22.7 billion for higher education, and $4.1 billion for private K-12 and discretionary funding through the Governor's Emergency Education Relief Fund.
More information on how to apply for this funding can be found with the Department of Education here: