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Dayton area schools get federal stimulus; formula has clear winners, losers

Dayton Daily News |

The Beavercreek and Dayton school districts are losing just over $2 million each in May and June as part of last week’s state-level budget cuts triggered by plummeting Ohio tax revenue.

But while Dayton will receive $9.2 million from the federal coronavirus-related CARES Act, Beavercreek will get only $323,541, leaving one district $7.2 million ahead and the other $1.7 million behind, according to figures released Thursday by the Ohio Department of Education.