Ducey unveils aid package to help keep Arizona's K-12 schools afloat during pandemic

AZ Central: Arizona students can attend class virtually in the coming academic year without public schools losing significant amounts of per-pupil funding, thanks to one of several measures rolled out by the governor on Wednesday to keep schools afloat during the pandemic.

Currently, the state relies on physical attendance to calculate enrollment and school funding, meaning staggered attendance or distance learning measures implemented to protect students and teachers would hurt schools' bottom lines.

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