APS, other schools, receive more federal EduJobs money
Michigan schools will receive an additional $22.2 million in federal Education Jobs funds in April.
The Michigan Department of Education says the Education Jobs program provides essential resources to assist public school districts in saving or creating education jobs and helping to ensure that America’s students are prepared to succeed in college and their career.
“These additional funds can make a difference in maintaining top-notch educators in our neighborhood schools,” said state Superintendent of Public Instruction Mike Flanagan.
School district’s across northeast Michigan will all be receiving a portion of the federal funding. Alpena Public Schools will be receiving a little more than $73,000.