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BACK-TO-SCHOOL: Where the lottery money goes

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) - After Ramon's story on buying back-to-school supplies Tuesday, many of our viewers Ranted back wanting to know where the Education Lottery money goes. Here's the latest breakdown from 2009...

New Hanover County
School Construction - $2.707 million
Scholarships - 673 / $739,391
Class Size - 34.02 / - $1.845 million
More at Four Slots - 351 / $1.695 million
FY '09 Total - $6.996 million
FY '08 Total - $10.783 million

Brunswick County
School Construction - $1.339 million
Scholarships - 270 / $296,765
Class Size - 16.87 / $915.096
More at Four Slots - 226 / $1.093 million
FY '09 Total - $3.644 million
FY '08 Total - $4.790 million

Pender County
School Construction - $917,842
Scholarships - 138 / $153,739
Class Size - 11.14 / $604,278
More at Four Slots - 106 / $512,086
FY '09 Total - $2.187 million
FY '08 Total - $2.886 million

Columbus County
School Construction - $1.062 million
Scholarships - 188 / $218,462
Class Size - 13.38 / $725,784
More at Four Slots - 229 / $1.108 million
FY '09 Total - $3.115 million
FY '08 Total - $5.967 million

Bladen County
School Construction - $610,958
Scholarships - 125 / $128,539
Class Size - 7.49 / $406,288
More at Four Slots - 145 / $701,558
FY '09 Total - $1.847 million
FY '08 Total - $3.713 million

To see more - go to http://www.nc-educationlottery.org/uploads/docs/Beneficiary_Brochure_fy2...

The NC Lottery says 2010 numbers should be available in September.

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