Michigan School Revenues Up 47% Over Two Years
Feds pouring in $7.9 billion this year
The Michigan K-12 public school system received $21.7 billion during 2020-21 including $7.9 billion from the federal government.
The total amount represents a 47% increase in revenues from two years ago. In 2018-19, K-12 schools received $14.8 billion.
These revenue figures are regularly reported by the Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency.
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