State asks to repurpose $10M in unused education grants
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New Hampshire’s Department of Education has filed a plan with the federal government to repurpose about $10.3 million in special education grants that haven’t been used by local school districts.
The state receives about $43 million annually from the federal government to support students with disabilities.
Unused funds are retained at the state level. At the end of September, about $10.3 million had not been used by the districts, including $9.8 million from previous grants during at least the past 10 years and about $500,000 during the last fiscal year.