Bryan High, Middle Schools among those getting more funds under OPS spending shift

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Posted: Saturday, August 10, 2013 12:00 am

Bryan High will get some extra help this school year under a shift in how the Omaha Public Schools spend their federal money reserved for low-income kids.

The school is expecting about $540,000 in new federal money. With the money, Bryan Principal Robert Aranda has hired a math coach and a literacy coach to work with smaller groups of students on specific trouble spots. He's also hired a couple of math teachers and a science teacher to help lower class sizes and raise test scores.

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