ShovelWatch: How Much Your School District Stands to Lose in Stimulus Bill Construction Funds
The House stimulus bill had $14 billion for school construction, but the Senate cut all school construction money from its version. See how much construction money your school district stands to lose if funding is not restored in the final bill.
This data is listed by Local Education Agency. In most cases, those agencies are school districts. In a few cases, you may need to search for your county name (i.e. “Kings County” for Brooklyn schools), rather than district name to find the information for your district because the district is split by county. “N/A: in the spending-per-student field means that the district did not report its numbers to the U.S. Department of Education.
Source: Congressional Research Service; U.S. Department of Education
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