Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday that Pennsylvania is expected to receive $4.9 billion in federal relief funds to help pre-K to 12 schools return students to classroom learning and equitably expand opportunity for students who need it most.

The funding, and the state’s nearly complete special initiative to provide teachers, school staff and contractors the opportunity to get the voluntary, single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, supports the governor’s goal to help more schools to reopen and for additional students and teachers to safely return to the classroom.

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