Spot university districts are in line for a share of about $20 million to offer schooling providers for college students with disabilities who could have been negatively impacted by COVID-19 mitigation initiatives and may experience more issues by way of the new educational calendar year.

The funding incorporates $15 million from Governor’s Unexpected emergency Education Aid Fund and $5 million from the Department of Education’s federal funding via the People today with Disabilities Education and learning Act.

Allotments for Blair County college districts are:

— Altoona Spot, $103,281.

— Bellwood-Antis, $5,791.

— Claysburg-Kimmel, $5,000.

— Hollidaysburg Area, $13,583.

— Spring Cove, $12,644.

— Tyrone Spot, $8,075.

— Williamsburg Local community, $1,000.

In Bedford County, allotments will go to:

— Bedford Spot, $6,136.

— Everett Spot, $8,259.

— Northern Bedford County, $5,000.

— Tussey Mountain $5,000.

— HOPE for Hyndman Constitution School, $1,000.

Cambria County allotments include things like:

— Cambria Heights, $5,000.

— Central Cambria, $8,627.

— Northern Cambria, $5,000.

— Penn Cambria, $16,915.

— Portage Place, $5,000.

Universities acquiring grants in Huntington County are:

— Huntingdon Region, $16,174.

— Juniata Valley, $5,447.

— Mount Union, $10,082.

— Southern Huntingdon County, $5,000.

— Stone Valley Community Charter College, $1,000.

Other area districts in line for money are Clearfield Location, $15,335 Glendale, $5,000 Moshannon Valley, $9,037 and Philipsburg-Osceola Location, $13,453.

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