Gov. Brian Kemp announced new spending plans for federal COVID-19 aid to schools Tuesday as Georgia’s newly confirmed infection numbers continue to fall but... Kemp sets spending of federal COVID-19 aid to schools

Gov. Brian Kemp announced new spending plans for federal COVID-19 aid to schools Tuesday as Georgia’s newly confirmed infection numbers continue to fall but remain the highest per capita in the nation. Kemp said he would allocate more than $65 million of the remaining $105 million in discretionary money he has to aid schools, pending expected approval by the U.S. Department of Education.

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