Stormont’s Department of Education has received just over £58m since 2017 from the confidence-and-supply arrangement between the DUP and Conservatives.
The pact, agreed in June 2017, included a proposed extra £1bn in spending for Northern Ireland over two years.
The department has published an analysis of what was received and how it was spent.
With an annual budget of almost £2bn, education is one of the larger Stormont departments.
However, a number of recent studies have highlighted real-terms cuts and pressures faced by schools and other bodies in the education sector.
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