SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a law aimed at returning public school students to classrooms.
Newsom signed the law on Friday, a day after it passed the state Legislature by a wide margin.
The law offers $2 billion to school districts that provide in-person instruction by the end of March. It also offers another $4.6 billion for all schools to help students catch up on what they have missed.
At least 85% of that money must be spent on in-person learning.
Critics say the bill doesn't go far enough while some teachers still resist returning to the classroom.