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How Much Colleges Could Get from Higher Ed Relief Fund

The American Council on Education conducted a simulation of the distribution of emergency funds for every institution of higher education from the $2-trillion relief package passed by Congress last week. This sortable, searchable database shows those amounts — which are only approximate, best estimates — that could be provided under section 18004(a)(1). The exact, final amounts and the formula for distributing the money will be determined by the U.S. Education Department. (Explore the data by state and type of institution here.)

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