U.S. Grants To Aid Magnet Schools Are Awarded

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Following is a list of the recipients of grants awarded by the U.S. Education Department under the Magnet Schools Assistance Program for fiscal year 1989.

Alabama. Montgomery County Board of Education: $1,469,662. Arizona. Phoenix Union High School District: $1,627,510; Tucson Unified School District: $2,923,681. California. East Side Union High School District, San Jose: $1,161,840; Long Beach Unified School District: $3,143,730; Los Angeles Unified School District: $3,475,913; Sacramento City Unified School District: $2,782,430; San Diego Unified School District: $3,574,845; Stockton Unified School District: $3,107,466. Connecticut. New Haven City School District: $1,166,506. Florida. Palm Beach County School Board, West Palm Beach: $3,412,032; St. Lucie County School Board, Fort Pierce: $219,162.

Georgia. Savannah/Chatham County Public Schools: $1,724,615. Illinois. Chicago Public Schools: $4,000,000; Kankakee School District #111: $605,254. Indiana. Indianapolis Public Schools: $2,369,480. Kentucky. Jefferson County Public Schools, Louisville: $3,493,622. Louisiana. Caddo Parish School Board, Shreveport: $996,654; Orleans Parish School Board, New Orleans: $3,443,498.

Massachusetts. Boston Public Schools: $2,616,924. Michigan. Benton Harbor Area Schools: $1,490,925; Grand Rapids Public Schools: $2,329,317. Minnesota. Minneapolis Public Schools: $3,067,784. Mississippi. Jackson Public Schools: $1,934,6l4. Nebraska. Omaha Public Schools: $183,705.

New Jersey. Bayonne City School District: $677,051; Montclair Board of Education: $1,343,797. New York. Buffalo City School District: $3,489,325; Community School District #2, New York City: $2,472,032; Community School District #3, New York City: $3,325,811; Community School District #15, Brooklyn: $2,501,944; Community School District #18, Brooklyn: $3,518,355; Community School District #19, Brooklyn: $372,176; Community School District #20, Brooklyn: $3,204,393; Community School District #25, Flushing: $3,368,193; Newburgh City School District: $1,349,460; New York City Board of Education, Office of the High Schools: $2,528,901; Port Chester-Rye Union Free School District: $846,569; Poughkeepsie City School District: $611,547; Rochester City School District: $2,967,173; Schenectady City School District: $432,483; White Plains City School District: $664,630; Yonkers City School District: $3,654,984. North Carolina. Greensboro Public Schools: $1,295,979. Ohio. Dayton Public Schools: $3,474,883. Oregon. School District #1, Portland: $866,003.

Rhode Island. Providence School Department: $572,745. Texas. Amarillo Independent School District: $394,997; Ector County Independent School District, Odessa: $1,503,979; Fort Worth Independent School District: $1,042,113. Virginia. Roanoke City Public Schools: $1,729,330. Washington. Seattle Public Schools: $3,272,668. Wisconsin. Milwaukee Public Schools: $2,491,031.

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