Brian Kemp

ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp this week announced increased funding to address COVID learning loss and build school-based health centers in Georgia.

On Monday, Kemp said $37.4 million will go to organizations helping Georgia students recover from COVID learning loss. On Tuesday, the Republican governor said he is allocating an additional $125 million to pay for school health centers. All told, the total is $162.4 million. The funding comes from federal COVID relief funds allocated to the state in 2020 and 2021.

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