Policy & Funding
4 More States Get Approval for American Rescue Plan Funds, Receive $2.8 Billion
The United States Department of Education has approved school
plans from four more states and delivered a total of $2.817 billion
in remaining American
Rescue Plan funds to those states.
The four states, whose awards were announced Friday, Oct. 8, and
Thursday, Oct. 7, include:
Wyoming, which received the remaining $101
million of its ARP funds, for a total of $303 million;
Michigan, which is receiving its remaining
$1.2 billion in ARP funds, for a total of $3.7 billion;
Missouri, which received its final $654
million, for a total of $1.9 billion; and
Arizona, which received its final $862
million, for a total of $2.5 billion.
Those four join North
Carolina, Nevada, Maine and Idaho, which had their plans approved
last month and received $1.84 billion in remaining ARP funds.
That's about $4.657 billion distributed since the start of the school
A total of 41 states have had their plans approved since June,
according to ED.
ED distributed about two-thirds of ARP ESSER funds earlier this
year and is now working with remaining states to distribute the final
Information about the American Rescue Plan can be found at