Georgia will get $17.2 million in federal grant money to turn around some of its persistently low-performing schools, the U.S. Department of Education announced Monday.
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Georgia is one of 13 states receiving federal School Improvement Grant funds in this round. Its $17.2 million award is the third-largest behind Florida, which will get $26.8 million, and Illinois, which will get $22.2 million.