BALTIMORE (WJZ) — An additional $60 million is available to help build schools in Baltimore, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday.

The money is part of the 21st Century School Buildings Program. That program is set to build 28 new school buildings which will house 32 schools.

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So far, 15 buildings have been built and nine more are under construction.

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Each one features collaborative learning spaces filled with new technology and outdoor spaces.

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CBS Baltimore Staff