On February 17, 2009, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was signed into law. Commonly referred to as "the stimulus" or "ARRA", this law provides new, one-time funding through three main streams: the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF), Title I Programs, and Programs und ther Individuals with Disabilities Act of 1965.
This site is designed to provide information related to Mississippi funds and programs generated by this Act. Please check this site regularly for information and guidance to be posted as it is released from the US Department of Education.
USDE Webinar discussing new ARRA programs hosted by Deputy Scretary of Education Tony Miller, July 24, 2009
Mississippi ARRA Funding Fact Sheet
Legislation - State Stabilzation Fund Exert
Legislation - All Other ED Related Funds Exert
Choose a Title program for more information: Title I, Part A
Title I, N and D
Title X, Homeless
Civil Rights Obligations Notice
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Secretary Arne Duncan talks about how the Recovery Act is helping to save teacher jobs, encouraging schools to raise standards, and offering incentives for innovation through the "Race to the Top" fund.
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Reporting ARRA Reporting Webinar PowerPoint 12-7-09 USDE Webpage Recovery Act Section 1512 Reporting Requirements USDE Webinar on Cash Management Requirements, August 24, 2009 US Office of Budget and Management Guidance US Office of Budget and Management Clarification of Guidance FAQs