Hoosier schools looking at billions more this year

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – There is a lot of money heading into Indiana schools this year.

Between the state and federal government, schools are in line for $4 billion dollars more.

About a billion of that is from the state, the rest is federal coronavirus stimulus money.

Lawmakers say the flood of cash is unprecedented. Seymour state Rep. Jim Lucas says Indiana will finally see if more money truly will improve student performance.

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