Districts will receive funds for Remote Learning expenses
CONCORD, NH— The New Hampshire Department of Education today announced $1 million in special education grants to New Hampshire school districts to support remote learning. The Department is reprioritizing $1 million in unspent federal Fiscal Year 2018 discretionary funds. Grants are based on student enrollment, with a minimum of $3,000 and a maximum of $25,000 to each district.
Grants may be used for activities including: · The purchase of technology for the support of remote learning for special education purposes· The payment for services provided to students while remote learning· Fees for software or programming related to providing special education or supporting the process of special education
Of area interest:
Claremont: 1,990 (enrollment), $9,000Cornish: 96, $3,000Croydon, 32, $3,000Fall Mt. Regional, 1,531, $8,000Grantham, 217, $4,000Hanover, 458, $4,000Lebanon, 1,659, $8,000Lempster, 100, $3,000Marlow, 43, $3,000Newport, 1,069, $6,000Plainfield, 557, $5,000Sunapee, 584, $5,000Unity, 92, $3,000Washington, 41, $3,000
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