USA Today reports that eight months after Hurricane Katrina, school officials say that limitations on how they can spend relief money is hampering the rebuilding effort. The effort to rebuild and reopen schools is moving so slowly, that some lawmakers want to strip FEMA of the responsibility, and handed over to a proposed “education recovery czar” at the Department of Education. Because of the problems, some school superintendents have started rebuilding efforts on their own, in the hopes that federal funding would follow. Others claim that the holdups are getting absurd, and that they actually see very little of the promised funding…