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The State of Gulf Coast Education

Check out this report on the state of education in the Gulf region since Hurricane Katrina. 
  The findings are startling. I was most struck by the fact that as many as 15,000 K-12 public school students and 35,000 college students in Louisiana and Mississippi missed school last year due to problems associated with Katrina.
 Check out the entire report, which was released by the Atlanta-based Southern Education Foundation.

What are your thoughts about the way the government has dealt with the Gulf Coast in light of Katrina? 

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