The state Department of Education will split a total of $1 million among every school district in the state to help with special education costs. 

The money was left over from the 2018 fiscal year, part of a yearly grant the state gets to help pay for special education. 

Manchester and Nashua, with more than 16,000 and 13,000 students respectively, will get the largest grants, $25,000 each.

Concord and Derry will receive $20,000 each; Bedford gets $15,000. The smallest school districts, such as Croydon with 32 students and Bath with 76, will get $3,000 each, according to the department.

School districts can use the money for computers, software or other technology, and for services to help

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