Prince George's County schools, whose budget request is facing a $10 million cut by the County Council, may receive an additional $200,000 in federal funds next year because of a technical correction in legislation approved last week by the House.

Rep. Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md.) informed the school board Monday that a change in the 1981 Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, which slashed aid to education across the board, will restore a category of impact aid for one more year.

School officials had made no provision for impact aid in next year's proposed budget. Impact aid is designed to offset the effect of large federal land holdings and installations, which are not taxed, on the local school budget. Pr. George's Schools May Get Extra $200,000 From U.S.

Prince George's County schools, whose budget request is facing a $10 million cut by the County Council, may receive an additional $200,000 in federal funds next year because of a technical correction in legislation approved last week by the House.

Rep. Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md.) informed the school board Monday that a change in the 1981 Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, which slashed aid to education across the board, will restore a category of impact aid for one more year.

School officials had made no provision for impact aid in next year's proposed budget. Impact aid is designed to offset the effect of large federal land holdings and installations, which are not taxed, on the local school budget.