Last year the Czech state invested CZK 5.6 million [EUR 204 000] into supporting Romani students attending higher vocational and secondary schools. The money went to young people from poorer families to cover the costs of commuting, meals, and school supplies.
Compared to 2012, the sum invested has declined significantly (from CZK 7.98 million, or EUR 291 000). The numbers are available from annual reports about the situation of national minorities in the Czech Republic.
Source (English language): http://www.romea.cz/en/news/czech/czech-republic-invested-less-into-romani-students-last-year