Congress Announces $15 Million Increase in MSAP for FY23


Washington, D.C. This week, congressional negotiators released the FY23 omnibus spending package, which contains a $15 million increase in Magnet Schools Assistance Program (MSAP) funding, increasing the total program funding to $139 million for next year.

Combined with a $15 million increase last year, over the last two years, the magnet school community and its congressional champions have been able to work together to increase the size of funding for the program by over a quarter.

We expect Congress to approve the omnibus package this week.


Magnet Schools of America (MSA) is a nonprofit education association that represents more than 4,340 magnet schools serving nearly 3.5 million students across 46 states and the District of Columbia. MSA was founded in 1986 and authorized as a 501(c)3 in 1994. It supports and serves the leaders and teachers of magnet and theme-based schools, while promoting the development of new magnet programs. 

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