Missouri schools could receive six million dollars for taking in Gulf Coast students.
Josh Kranzberg has more from the state Capitol.
After Hurricane Katrina, more than 1,000 students traveled to Missouri to continue their education. Now, the federal government plans to pay back the state. Public and private schools in Missouri could receive up to six thousand dollars a student. Education department spokesperson, Craig Rector
The Hurricane Education Recovery Act was signed into law by President Bush back in December. From Jefferson City, I'm Josh Kranzberg.