Hawaii Title I schools to receive $73M in federal funds…Kohala is Title 1 so should get some funds

Some $73 million in new federal funding is on its way to Hawaii to support staffing, professional development, new technology and academic programs at public schools serving low-income areas, U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz announced on Monday.


What You Need To Know

    • The funding for the 2023-2024 school year will go directly to Title I schools, which serve a disproportionate number of students who live in poverty
    • The funds are expected to benefit an estimated 85,000 students across the state
    • The allotted funding is $15 million higher than that of the previous fiscal year
  • The bulk of the funding, $46,760,813, will go to the City and County of Honolulu

The funding for the 2023-2024 school year will go directly to Title I schools, which serve a disproportionate number of students living in poverty. The funds, scheduled for distribution on July 1, 2023, are expected to benefit an estimated 85,000 students across the state.

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