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No Educator Left Behind:
Paying for School Choice.

No Educator Left Behind is a series providing answers from the U.S. Department of Education to questions about the federal No Child Left Behind Act and how it will affect educators. If you have a question about No Child Left Behind, send an e-mail to Ellen Delisio, and we will submit your question to the Department of Education.


How much must districts spend to provide public school choice?


Local education agencies must provide transportation for public school choice, and must use up to 5 percent of their Title I, Part A funds for transportation costs. Also, the school districts must use an additional 10 percent of their Title I, Part A funds for public school choice transportation costs or for supplemental services. Districts also may use funds from the Innovative Programs Block Grant to pay for public school choice transportation costs.

Read previous questions and answers in our No Educator Left Behind archive.


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