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Immediate Aid to Restart School Operations Program

The purpose of the Restart Program is to assist local educational agencies (LEAs) and non-public schools with expenses related to the restart of elementary and secondary schools in areas where a major disaster or emergency was declared.


Fiscal Year 2018–19

Restart 2018 Funding Profile - Program Description and Funding
Restart 2018 Funding Results - Entitlements, Apportionments, and Letters

Other Fiscal Information

Immediate Aid to Restart School Operations Program Information

Questions:   Marguerite Ries | | 916-319-0650
Last Reviewed: Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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