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Baker Directs $50M from Feds to Reopening Schools, Colleges

Gov. Charlie Baker is allocating $50 million federal funds to schools and colleges to help with costs associated with reopening, remote learning, early literacy and financial aid for low-income college students, his office announced Thursday.

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