Let your voice be heard!

Tell MDE your ideas for spending federal aid funds by June 1st

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The Minnesota Department of Education is seeking public comment on how to spend it’s 1.3 billion dollar share of federal aid for schools. The public comment period ends at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 1st.

Click here for the Survey on spending school aid

This survey is intended for any interested member of the public and all stakeholders, including:
• Parents and families
• Students
• School districts and charter schools across the state
• Teachers, principals, other school leaders, paraprofessionals
• Charter school leaders
• Community-based organizations
• American Indian Tribal leaders and members
• Civil rights organizations, including those representing students with disabilities, English learners, and other historically underserved students
• Institutions of higher education
• Employers/businesses
• Representatives of private school students
• Early childhood educators and leaders

If you prefer not to submit your comments online, you may submit them as an email attachment to mde.federalcovidfunds@state.mn.us or you may mail a hard copy of your survey responses (postmarked by June 1) to:

Minnesota Department of Education
Attention: Federal Funding Public Comment
1500 Highway 36 West
Roseville, MN 55113