Ohio receives $21M to help turn around schools

3:20 PM, Apr 30, 2012   |    comments
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The U.S. Secretary of Education has announced that Ohio will receive $21 million to continue work in turning around low-performing schools.

The grant, announced by Education Secretary Arne Duncan, is part of the School Improvement Grants program.

The funds are part of $535 million provided through the 2011 fiscal year budget and made available to states.

To date, Ohio has received $173 million since the School Improvement Grants program began in 2009.


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