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145 Districts Receive Sparsity Aid payment; DPI Proposes Aid Increase

By John Forester | September 13, 2018

The state’s small, sparsely populated school districts are sharing $25 million in aid payments that can be used to offset any costs the district incurs in educating its students. Sparsity aid is paid on the third Monday in September.  For more information, including a list of the districts receiving sparsity aid, see the DPI news release.  In the release, DPI also indicates they are seeking an increase in sparsity aid in the 2019-21 state budget.

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