Report: Storm-damaged schools got insufficient federal funding

08/30/2007 | USA Today

Two years after Hurricane Katrina, thousands of Gulf Coast students are still displaced and schools are millions of dollars short of fixing an estimated $6.2 billion in damages, according to a Southern Education Foundation report released Wednesday. The U.S. Department of Education said the report failed to adequately portray the federal government's role in the recovery.

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