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    Students First will keep you up-to-date on the effect Hurricane Katrina is having on students nationwide. Check our latest Hurricane Katrina hot topic for education news stories in the aftermath of the disaster.

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    National Resource: U.S. Department of Education Hurricane Help

    National Center for Homeless Education: Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts Hurricane Katrina: The School Impact

    ISBE: Hurricane Katrina Info for Schools

    Info from other states:

    Information for Educators Displaced by Hurricane Katrina (Georgia)

    School System Guide to Educating Children Displaced by Hurricane Katrina(Georgia)

    Hurricane Katrina Aftermath Hotline and Resource Center (New Orleans)

    Hurricane Katrina School Info (Louisiana)

    South Carolina Schools to Welcome Students Displaced by Hurricane Katrina (South Carolina)

    North Carolina School Districts Prepared to Enroll Students From States Hit by Hurricane Katrina (North Carolina)

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