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Education Jobs Fund: Where the Money Goes

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    The state is getting some help from the federal government, which could put teachers back to work.

    The money comes from the Education Jobs Fund and the federal government is providing $10 billion in assistance for the 2010-2011 school year.

    Connecticut will be receiving $110 million and Gov. M. Jodi Rell is dividing the money to offer it to districts in the state.

    Here is the breakdown:
     

    • Hartford: almost $11 million
    • Bridgeport: $9.6 million
    • New Haven: $8.3 million
    • Waterbury: $6.6 million
    • New Britain: $4.3 million
    • Meriden: $3,1 million
    • East Hartford: $2.4
    • Bristol: $2.4 million
    • West Haven: $2.4
    • Norwich: $1.9 million
    • Manchester: $1.8 million
    • Naugatuck: $1.7 million
    • Enfield: $1.7 million
    • Groton: $1.5 million
    • Windham: $1.4 million
    • Torrington: $1.4 million
    • Hamden: $1.3 million
    • New London: $1.3 million
    • Danbury: $1 3 million
    • Wallingford: $1.3 million
    • Stratford: $1.2 million
    • Southington: $1.2 million
    • East Haven: $1.1 million
    • Vernon: $1 million
    • Middletown: $973,677
    • West Hartford: $939,982
    • Plainfield: $897,713
    • Killingly: $891,423
    • Ansonia: $878,912
    • Colchester: $792,116
    • Wolcott: $791,657
    • South Windsor: $751,865
    • Newington: $738,638
    • Montville: $733,774
    • Ledyard: $703,430
    • New Milford: $698,117
    • Watertown: $686,995
    • Windsor: $675,201
    • Tolland: $629,103
    • Griswold: $627,685
    • Milford $627,305.00
    • Plainville: $594,171
    • Norwalk: $590,269
    • Mansfield: $588,840
    • Seymour: $575,147
    • Stafford: $573,564
    • Plymouth: $569,696
    • Ellington: $555,759
    • District No. 16: $547,520
    • Cheshire: $543,709
    • Coventry: $517,213
    • Bethel: $476,994
    • North Branford: $474,614
    • Putnam: $471,967
    • Wethersfield: $468,842
    • Stamford: $466,531
    • Winchester: $457,474
    • Thompson: $444,873
    • East Hampton: $444,128
    • East Lyme: $415,178
    • District No. 10: $410,697
    • Brooklyn: $408,026
    • Hebron: $401,865
    • Derby: $401,442
    • Monroe: $384,276
    • Clinton: $378,051
    • Glastonbury: $362,586
    • Berlin: $360,730
    • Suffield: $355,648
    • District No. 13: $354,043
    • Somers: $346,066
    • Thomaston: $329,208
    • East Windsor: $320,544
    • Lebanon: $319,696
    • Bloomfield: $316,346
    • Granby: $315,407
    • Woodstock: $315,160
    • Simsbury: $313,843
    • Shelton: $290,941
    • Canterbury: $276,778
    • Windsor Locks: $272,027
    • Oxford: $269,366
    • New Fairfield: $258,095
    • Cromwell: $252,224
    • Newtown: $251,988
    • Portland: $249,801
    • District No. 17: $231,315
    • Lisbon: $227,991
    • Ashford: $227,806
    • East Haddam: $217,407
    • Willington: $214,976
    • Fairfield:$209,910
    • Greenwich: $199,890
    • Rocky Hill: $196,182
    • Canton: $195,806
    • North Haven: $185,641
    • Sterling: $185,141
    • New Hartford: $183,827
    • Marlborough: $182,687
    • District No. 15: $181,635
    • Salem: $181,241
    • Pomfret: $180,839
    • Guilford: $178,861
    • Preston: $178,746
    • Trumbull: $177,282
    • Bolton: $176,328
    • North Stonington: $169,123
    • Sprague: $152,062
    • Columbia: $149,103
    • Voluntown: $148,292
    • Andover: $136,286
    • District No. 14: $128,296
    • North Canaan: $120,718
    • Ridgefield: $120,672
    • Stonington: $120,520
    • Bethany: $118,744
    • Westport: $116,255
    • Chaplin: $109,977
    • Branford: $102,855
    • Deep River: $98,660
    • Darien: $94,489
    • Barkhamsted: $94,482
    • Farmington: $94,198
    • Madison: $92,154
    • Wilton: $91,050
    • Brookfield: $89,501
    • New Canaan: $87,449
    • Litchfield: $86,528
    • Waterford: $84,513
    • Scotland: $84,458
    • Hartland: $78,985
    • Hampton: $78,209
    • East Granby: $76,079
    • Avon: $72,076
    • Bozrah: $71,875
    • Eastford: $64,895
    • Orange: $61,740
    • District No. 6: $57,064
    • Weston: $55,463
    • Franklin: $55,026
    • District No. 18: $43,920
    • Woodbridge: $42,179
    • Redding: $40,213
    • Chester: $38,926
    • Old Saybrook: $38,162
    • Easton $34,724
    • District No. 12: $31,314
    • Colebrook: $28,945
    • Westbrook: $25,006
    • Essex: $22,786
    • Norfolk: $22,302
    • Sherman: $14,286
    • Union: $12,112
    • Canaan: $12,112
    • Salisbury: $10,949
    • Kent: $9,785.00
    • Sharon: $8,525
    • Cornwall: $4,988

    The money is meant to be used for hiring or re-hiring teachers, administrators or other essential staff.

    You can learn more about the program here, 

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