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Ask & Answer | Curious how $50 million of COVID-19 supplemental funds were distributed among school districts, charter schools, and the ISD?

Last week, the State Board of Education voted on a way to distribute $50 million in flexible funding for districts struggling with COVID-19 to use on things such as remote learning and child nutrition.

The Board decided that 50% of the funds would be distributed based on poverty levels in the district with the rest of the funds being awarded based on allotted average daily membership — essentially student enrollment of a school.

Here is a list of how that money was ultimately distributed among school districts, charter schools, and the Innovative School District (ISD). This document was sent to EdNC.org from Charles Jeter, executive director of government affairs, policy, and board services for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.

Alex Granados

Alex Granados is senior reporter for EducationNC.