New Hampshire has done a better job funneling COVID-19 relief funds to local school districts than suggested by the U.S. Secretary of Education, who has criticized states for being slow to spend the money while encouraging them to resume in-person classes.

Secretary Betsy DeVos said states have distributed only a small portion of the funds, but the department’s list of grants made in New Hampshire is incomplete.

DeVos and many members of the Trump administration have been pushing for school buildings to reopen, as some school districts and states argue they are not equipped and need more funding. Some schools do not have ventilation systems that could filter out viruses and do not have enough protective gear. They also do

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