From the American Rescue Plan and other federal COVID relief funding to the new 2021-22 K-12 education budget from the state, there are major funding opportunities now available for all levels of education across Michigan:
This interactive map shows the amounts of federal funding granted to K-12 school districts in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including funds through the CARES Act (ESSER 1 passed by Congress in March 2020), CRRSA (ESSER 2 in December 2020) and the American Rescue Plan (ESSER 3 in March 2020). These funds have been allocated to school districts by the Legislature and Governor in several phases throughout the pandemic.
This interactive map shows the amounts of federal funding granted to higher education institutions in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including funds through the CARES Act, CRRSA and the American Rescue Plan. These funds went directly to the universities and community colleges from the federal government as each phase of funding was adopted by Congress.
This chart shows an estimate of the per pupil foundation grant increases for all K-12 school districts under the 2021-22 K-12 School Aid Budget (HB 4411), which equalized the foundation grant from the state at $8,700 per pupil. NOTE: The higher education budget has not yet been adopted by the Legislature for 2021-22 as of July 13, 2021.