CARES Allocates Monies to States for School Bus Hot Spots

CARES Allocates Monies To States

Jesse Rothschild USAT Corp News

CARES Allocates Monies To States Usable For School Bus Hot Spots

Betsy Devos, United States Secretary of Education recently wrote a letter to all 50 governors about education in the time of the Pandemic. She urged them to spend the 30.75 billion CARES Act Stabilization Funds monies allocated to their states to ensure remote education for the students of the United States of America. School buses that deliver access to the Internet so all students can have access to lessons are a segment where this money will be spent.

DeVos advised. “They and their families are depending on your leadership to ensure that they don’t fall behind.” Below is a listing of the State GEER Fund Component of the Education Stabilization Fund for All 50 States. USAT can provide the gear and in many cases, rapid installation services School Bus Study Halls.


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If your school needs a solution quickly, USAT has the equipment in stock and can provide installation services. Our installation technicians are ready to install hot-spots into school buses rapidly. We have installation teams in Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and some regions in Texas and Colorado.

USAT has broadband, secure, WiFi hot-spots and high-powered antenna assemblies designed to cover broad areas, like parks and parking lots. USAT offers solutions from top-tier providers like Cradlepoint and Sierra Wireless. In some cases, we can accommodate shorter-term rentals through special programs.


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STATE GEER FUND COMPONENT OF EDUCATION STABILIZATION FUND


Alabama $48,851,495
Alaska $6,503,527
ARIZONA $69,196,325
ARKANSAS $30,663,725
CALIFORNIA $355,227,235
COLORADO $44,004,996
CONNECTICUT $27,881,682
DELAWARE $7,916,821
District of Columbia $5,807,678
FLORIDA $173,585,880
GEORGIA $105,720,728
HAWAII $9,993,387
IDAHO $15,676,340
ILLINOIS $108,497,757
INDIANA $61,590,954
IOWA $26,217,108
KANSAS $26,274,163
KENTUCKY $43,799,187
LOUISIANA $50,276,799
MAINE $9,273,552
MARYLAND $45,657,990
MASSACHUSETTS $50,843,703
MICHIGAN $89,432,673
MINNESOTA $43,427,249
MISSISSIPPI $34,662,872
MISSOURI $54,643,115
MONTANA $8,764,495
NEBRASKA $16,357,685
NEVADA $26,477,349
NEW HAMPSHIRE $8,891,470
NEW JERSEY $68,864,994
NEW MEXICO $22,262,663
NEW YORK $164,286,083
NORTH CAROLINA $95,638,869
NORTH DAKOTA $5,932,707
OHIO $104,917,025
OKLAHOMA $39,919,354
OREGON $32,507,956
PENNSYLVANIA $104,418,240
RHODE ISLAND $8,704,245
SOUTH CAROLINA $48,467,924
SOUTH DAKOTA $7,944,013
TENNESSEE $63,582,031
TEXAS $307,026,008
UTAH $29,189,663
VERMONT $4,488,802
VIRGINIA $66,775,322
WASHINGTON $56,769,263
WEST VIRGINIA $16,353,314
WISCONSIN $46,550,411
WYOMING $4,700,937
PUERTO RICO $47,812,236
TOTAL $2,953,230,000



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