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Schools in New Hampshire are getting an additional $45 million to help with coronavirus-related expenses. Gov. Chris Sununu announced the funding at a press conference Thursday, following recommendations from lawmakers on the Governor’s Office for Economic Relief and Recovery Legislative Advisory Board. Most of the money - which comes to the state from the federal CARES Act - will go to school districts directly, at a rate of approximately $200 per pupil.
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N.H. Schools Get Major Boost in COVID Relief Funding