Lawmakers debate aid plans for Gulf Coast schools

09/28/2005 | Education Week

As Louisiana and Mississippi education officials press for immediate aid, the Bush administration and Congress are weighing various funding plans to rebuild hurricane-ravaged districts. President George W. Bush's controversial voucher program and pressure from some Republicans to cut the federal budget to offset hurricane relief costs could hamper swift passage of a school aid package.

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