Sen. Ossoff-Cosponsored Bill to Upgrade Georgia’s Public Schools Passes Senate in Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

Legislation would create a $500 million federal grant program to make schools safer, more energy efficient

Washington, D.C. –– U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff’s co-sponsored legislation to upgrade Georgia’s public school buildings passed as part of the bipartisan infrastructure bill in the U.S. Senate.

The Renew America’s Schools Act will provide $500 million over five years to upgrade public school facilities in Georgia and nationwide, including:

  • Facility improvements for air quality, daylighting, ventilation, and lighting upgrades;
  • Installation of renewable energy technologies to power school systems; and
  • Purchase of zero-emissions vehicles and infrastructure.

“Good news for Georgia’s kids, parents, and teachers — the Senate has passed our bipartisan bill to upgrade Georgia’s public schools so school facilities are newer, safer, better, and healthier,” Sen. Ossoff said.

Please find a copy of the bill, aquí.



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