State Stabilization Fund Update

To date, Recovery Act funding under the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund has been approved for 51 states and territories (listed below). See applications and press releases for these states. The State Fiscal Stabilization Fund, at $53.6 billion, is the largest pot of money for education in the Recovery Act. Funding has been approved for these states and territories:

  • $656 million for Alabama,
  • $76 million for Alaska,
  • $681 million for Arizona,
  • $297 million for Arkansas,
  • $4 billion for California,
  • $509 million for Colorado,
  • $363 million for Connecticut,
  • $74 million for Delaware,
  • $1.8 billion for Florida,
  • $1 billion for Georgia,
  • $129 million for Hawaii,
  • $165 million for Idaho,
  • $1.4 billion for Illinois,
  • $765 million for Indiana,
  • $316 million for Iowa,
  • $301 million for Kansas,
  • $357 million for Kentucky,
  • $388 million for Louisiana,
  • $130 million for Maine,
  • $589 million for Maryland,
  • $666 million for Massachusetts,
  • $1 billion for Michigan,
  • $547 million for Minnesota,
  • $321 million for Mississippi,
  • $505 million for Missouri,
  • $81 million for Montana,
  • $191 million for Nebraska
  • $266 million for Nevada,
  • $134 million for New Hampshire,
  • $891 million for New Jersey,
  • $213 million for New Mexico,
  • $2 billion for New York,
  • $1 billion for North Carolina,
  • $70 million for North Dakota,
  • $1 billion for Ohio,
  • $317 million for Oklahoma,
  • $382 million for Oregon,
  • $434 million for Puerto Rico,
  • $111 million for Rhode Island,
  • $625 million for South Carolina,
  • $85.4 million for South Dakota,
  • $635 million for Tennessee,
  • $2 billion for Texas,
  • $321 million for Utah,
  • $806 million for Virginia,
  • $52 million for Vermont,
  • $672 million for Washington,
  • $60 million for Washington, D.C.,
  • $178.5 million for West Virginia,
  • $587 million for Wisconsin and
  • $45 million for Wyoming

ED Staff