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Posted at 10:03 AM ET, 08/20/2010

PW County schools get security grant

By Washington Post editors

Prince William County won the biggest chunk of $28.8 million in federal grants nationwide to overhaul its schools’ emergency response procedures, topping 97 other public school systems, the Washington Examiner reports.

While Prince William landed $672,155 from the Department of Education on Thursday, the much larger Montgomery County school district received just $213,833, significantly less than requested.

Read more about Prince William County schools' security grants in the Examiner:

By Washington Post editors  | August 20, 2010; 10:03 AM ET
Categories:  Virginia  
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