They seek to give aid of a thousand dollars to each child of Pennsylvania families for education against coronavirus (PHOTO)

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They seek to give aid of a thousand dollars to each child of Pennsylvania families for education against coronavirus (PHOTO)
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  • They want Pennsylvania families to receive a thousand dollars for each child
  • The money would be to help their distance education during the pandemic
  • Could be used for private school tuition receipts or pay for tutoring

They look for Pennsylvania families receive thousand dollars for each child, to help their distance education during the pandemic by coronavirus, according to information published on the portal of msn.

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It was last Monday that a Senate Education Committee hearing was held. In the presentation, the interested parties gave their arguments, but also a voice was given to those who are against Senate Bill 1230.

It was specified that the amount is specifically for the education of minors, especially so that parents can acquire equipment for calculation.

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In addition, that amount could also be used to pay for private school tuition receipts or pay for any tutoring that students require.

But not everything seems to be very easy for this project, Judy Ward, Republican for Hollidaysburg, who is a senator, says that this law will seek to draw on federal funds from the CARES law.

For his part, State Senator Andy Dinniman said verbatim: “Whether you like this bill or not, what is happening in our schools is a problem.”

And then he added about this situation that little by little ignites the controversy: “We have to unite to solve this problem, and we have to stop the educational wars that continue.”

This project has been well liked by some education promoters, however, they question whether it would be better to use this fund to improve the network so that students from more remote communities can have access to classes virtually.

It is students from remote communities who have had the most problems adjusting to the new normal that is generated by the coronavirus, so it is sought that each child in each family in Pennsylvania receives a thousand dollars as aid for their education.

But the poetry was left in the air before the proposal to give a thousand pesos to each child in each family as aid for education against the coronavirus in Pennsylvania.

And it is that Colleen Hroncich, senior analyst of politics of the Commonwealth Foundation, commented that it seeks to ensure that students with less purchasing power and their families know about the program.

For his part, the deputy executive director of the Pennsylvania Association of Directors, Eric Eshbach, explained that: “The proposed legislation creates a system of winners and losers and does not address the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the education of all children in every school and in every Pennsylvania community. “

He also considered that the money that is intended to be used would only serve to help approximately 25 percent of school-age children in the public education system.

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Filed Under: Pennsylvania Coronavirus Education Aid

But aid for coronavirus began a few months ago, and in early September the IRS was advancing in the delivery of the first economic stimulus check for coronavirus, but according to its calendar: who received it that week?

Just when the approval of a second coronavirus aid check was being debated in the US Senate, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Treasury Department continued working on the delivery of the economic stimulus payments that were approved in the previous Act. Cares to help Americans

By that time, there were fewer and fewer pending payments. Although as reported by The Washington Post, the IRS had a calendar that extended one more month, until September 4.

These payments began to be delivered on April 13 and, as explained by the agency, they were sent every Friday, so the beneficiaries should have received their payment a week later.

Since that Monday, August 3, it was up to taxpayers who declared annual income between $ 140,001 – $ 150,000 to receive their check for coronavirus.

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Filed Under: Pennsylvania Coronavirus Education Aid

This process was delayed since they had to send paper checks and debit cards by mail to those who did not have bank information in the agency’s records and even to issue calls for those who did not file taxes and for those who do not have any data.

For this sector of the population, a “Non-filers” tool was installed on the IRS website.

For those who have not yet received their stimulus payment, the delivery schedule depended on the income they reported on their taxes.

First, it was sent to people with lower incomes and progressively reached the hands of those who reported higher incomes.

According to the calendar, if someone reported annual income between $ 140,001 – $ 150,000 then their check was sent since last Friday, July 31 and they should have received it in their mailbox in August.

The second coronavirus aid check was said to have arrived as of August, according to approval times in Congress.

The discussion about the approval in the Senate of a next financial aid package was still going on at that time.

What was clear is that everything depended on the times they took in Congress, including two recess periods during the summer.

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Filed Under: Pennsylvania Coronavirus Education Aid

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