American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and Education Jobs
Congress passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), which included funds available to Minnesota schools. Minnesota received more than $1 billion in education-related funding. The three largest funds are the State Fiscal Stabilization Funds ($816.7 million); Individuals with Disabilities Education Act ($205.4 million); and the Title I, Part A ($94.7 million). Most of the funds have been expended and there is no new money to be allocated. The state also received $169.2 million under the Education Jobs Fund.

Visit the Minnesota Management & Budget website for additional ARRA data and information.
 
This page contains information on the grant program that are still active using ARRA funds as well as the enactment of the end of reporting requirements, and Section 1511 Certification.
 

ARRA Grant Programs

Statewide Data Systems Grant (grant no longer available for application)
October 2011 - March 2014

ARRA Reporting Requirements

The January 17th enactment of the Federal Government's Fiscal Year '14 Omnibus Spending Bill brings an end to Section 1512 reporting as of February 1, 2014, making Quarter 4, 2013 the last time recipients have to report on the status of their awards.

See: http://www.recovery.gov/arra/News/featured/Pages/Recipient-Reporting-Ends.aspx

Since the first reporting period in October 2009 and through January 14, 2014, the status of approximately 270,000 nationwide ARRA awards was reported on by recipients of those awards.

Section 1511 Certification Report

A listing of local education agencies (LEAs) for the purpose of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) that have certified infrastructure project pursuant to Section 1511 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) 2009.