Two years after Hurricane Katrina devastated parts of the Gulf Coast, thousands of displaced students and millions of dollars in unfunded school reconstruction projects still plague the region, according to the report released Aug. 29 by the Atlanta-based Southern Education Foundation (SEF).

The report urged the federal government to adopt a “new response” to restoring education in the affected areas.

That means “doing a full assessment of what the child-care centers, preschools, and K-12 schools need to restore

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