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Keleher detailed that FEMA reduced the estimated allocation for permanent work in 64 schools that require repairs due to the damage caused by the hurricane. (GFR Media)
Keleher detailed that FEMA reduced the estimated allocation for permanent work in 64 schools that require repairs due to the damage caused by the hurricane. (GFR Media)

Yesterday, Puerto Rico Education Secretary Julia Keleher warned that public schools structure´s stability could be at risk if the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) cuts  $ 1 billion from the funds needed for permanent repairs in 64 schools damaged by Hurricane María.

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