Pennsylvania puts $600M in stimulus to work at schools

06/4/2010 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

School districts are getting a hefty slice of stimulus money to build and upgrade campuses. In Pennsylvania, more than $600 million will fund about 100 projects. Pittsburgh is getting the largest share in the southwestern part of the state, at $50.5 million.

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