HARRISBURG (AP) – PA schools will get nearly $5 billion from the federal COVID-19 aid package. The Wolf Administration said that school districts must use at least 20% of the money to address learning loss from the pandemic as well as support the “social, emotional, and academic needs of under-represented students.” Schools may use the rest of the money for professional training, technology, cleaning supplies, summer and after-school programs, mental health services, and other expenses. Meanwhile, the Commonwealth is dealing with a recent surge in coronavirus infections. New COVID-19 cases are up more than 40% in recent weeks.