Trump Education Department advises states on leftover school turnaround money
from Education Week
The School Improvement Grant program may be toast, thanks to the Every Student Succeeds Act, which scrapped dozens of education programs. But that doesn't mean the money is gone. Some states still have SIG dollars, which last went out in fiscal year 2016, available to spend. So what can they do with that money? States and districts essentially have two options, according to a letter sent to states this week from Jason Botel, the acting assistant secretary for elementary and secondary education.
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