10:18 am April 28, 2009, by Laura Diamond
Georgia’s public schools are getting their first batch of stimulus money.
The State Board of Education approved doling out about $660 million for IDEA (special education) and Title I, programs to support students from low-income homes.
While the state has provided suggestions on how to spend the money, the decision rests with local leaders.
Some have said they want to provide more training for teachers, offer classes on Saturday for struggling students and purchase some equipment.
How do you think schools should spend this money?
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