MORNING BUZZ: Meka Childs could assist John de la Howe, $7 million in grants slated for 6th district

Posted by CASSIE COPE on July 8, 2014 

Meka Childs, candidate for State Superintendent of Education, greets voters Tuesday.

TIM DOMINICK — tdominick@thestate.com

• State schools Superintendent Mick Zais has appointed his former deputy, who lost a bid to become Zais’ successor, to become chief operating officer at the John de la Howe School for at-risk children.

• More than $7 million in federal grants are flowing to the 6th congressional district, U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn's office announced Monday.

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