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Poor Schools Still Get The Short End Legislators this year thought they had fixed a $436 million grant program intended to raise up the state's poorest school districts, but you can't convince folks in rural Calhoun County that they succeeded.
Georgia To Spend $3.6M On Recruiting Rural Educators

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