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Releases Its Most Recent Report On The Recovery Act | Following the Money | GAO.gov Across the United States, to date, the Department of the Treasury has paid out over $272 billion in Recovery Act funds for use in states and localities. Of that amount, $1.6 billion has been paid out since the beginning of fiscal year 2014. The Department of Education (Education) created Race to The Top (RTT) under the Recovery Act to provide incentives for states to reform K-12 education in areas such as improving the lowest performing schools and developing effective teachers and leaders. In 2010, Education awarded 12 states nearly $4 billion in RTT grant funds to spend over 4 years. The latest GAO report on the uses of Recovery Act funds focuses on funding for Education’s RTT program.
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