being voted on this week -- roughly $142B out of the $825B total.
Just as an example, Chicago public schools will receive an $527M increase in the first year alone.
addition of $13B will roughly double the current Title I funding levels
-- a bigger increase than in the first years after NCLB was
at those numbers you'd think education was a big deal or was connected
to economic recovery. Or maybe the education groups are much better at
lobbying than I knew.
Jim Kohlmoos at the Knowledge Alliance points us to this helpful CRS report for
estimates of the amount of education funding each school district will
receive in each category.
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