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ARPA - Education and Government Subsides

ARPA money concerning Education and Government Subsides

Page 94, at the end of the first paragraph states - “…eligible use for early learning service in disproportionately impacted communities, to address disparities in education.” I don’t see an outline for how to determine if a community is disproportionately impacted. Every child’s learning has been affected in my opinion.

Page 114, states -“…allowing unbanked and underbanked households to receive funds securely through no-fee, direct deposit will help connect or reconnect consumers to the mainstream financial system.” This sound fishy. A way to ensure the government subsides flow?

Click below to see the pages I am talking about. This is the document that is supposed to help us interpret the rules and regulations of what is eligible for ARPA money to be spent on.

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