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K-12 Voucher Program: Funding

Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program listing of eligible schools and funding levels for the remainder of the second cy pres.

The voucher funding for the remainder of the second cy pres is $11.9 million. The Settlement Claims Administrator (SCA) will begin notifying eligible districts, for this fifth round of Education Technology K-12 Voucher funding on November 28, 2016. Those districts that opt to participate in this round of funding will be sent vouchers by the SCA and will have until November 30, 2018 (2 years) to submit receipts for eligible products and services for reimbursement.

The $11.9 million cy pres estimate and the total enrollment of all eligible and potentially eligible high schools were used to calculate the $2.22 per pupil with a minimum of $500 per qualifying district.

Estimated Funding Levels (XLS; 1MB)

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Last Reviewed: Monday, November 28, 2016
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