Some low-performing schools in Florida are now able to apply for extra funding under the controversial new “Schools of Hope” program lawmakers adopted this spring.
Some low-performing schools in Florida are now able to apply for extra funding under the controversial new “Schools of Hope” program lawmakers adopted this spring. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald file
Some low-performing schools in Florida are now able to apply for extra funding under the controversial new “Schools of Hope” program lawmakers adopted this spring. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald file

Failing Florida schools can now apply for extra cash under controversial program

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