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Total Elementary and Secondary Education funding by Missouri Lottery for FY19: $198,650,051

Since 1986, the Missouri Lottery has contributed more than $6 billion to the state of Missouri and public education.  Annual Lottery contributions comprise about 4 percent of the state's funding for public education – an effort shared by local, state and federal governments. 

For fiscal year 2019, more than $326 million from Lottery proceeds have been appropriated for Elementary, Secondary and Higher Education programs by the Missouri Legislature through House Bills 2002, 2003 and 2006 from the 99th General Assembly. The following is a list of Elementary and Secondary programs that will receive Lottery proceeds.

$151,256,81 (4 percent of total program funding)
Foundation Program
These funds help pay for the Foundation Formula and early childhood special education services.

$19,590,000 (33 percent of total program funding)
Special Education Excess Costs
The fund was established to reimburse school districts for the educational costs of serving children with individualized education programs exceeding three times the current expenditure per average daily attendance. This fund will be both disability- and placement-neutral, creating a safety net for school districts that have no way of projecting the extraordinary cost of certain high-need students.

$16,702,205 (5 percent of total program funding)
Classroom Trust Fund
The fund consists of all monies transferred to it under section 160.534, RSMo, all monies otherwise appropriated or donated to it and all unclaimed Lottery prize money. The money deposited into the fund is distributed to each school district in the state qualified to receive state aid on an average daily attendance basis. The funds distributed can be spent at the discretion of the local school districts.

$5,000,000 (89 percent of total program funding)
Residential Placements
This fund is for payments to school districts for children in residential placements through the Department of Mental Health or the Department of Social Services pursuant to Section 167.126, RSMo. It pays the excess cost incurred by those school districts for educating these students placed outside the school district where their parents reside.

$1,400,000 (2 percent of total program funding)
Vocational Rehabilitation Program
This money will be used by the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation to assist clients who have disabilities to obtain employment by diagnosis, physical restoration, training, placement and other related services.

$389,778 (66 percent of total program funding)
Virtual Schools
These proceeds fund the Missouri Virtual School Instruction Program (MoVIP), which offers instruction in a virtual setting using technology, intranet and/or Internet methods of communication. Any student under the age of 21 in grades K-12 who resides in Missouri is eligible to enroll, regardless of the student's physical location.

Some programs may be subject to budget withholdings.

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