BRADENTON, Fla. — Fifteen schools across Tennessee will get interest-free loans for capital projects thanks to the qualified school construction bond program afforded by Congress as part of the federal stimulus program, state officials said Tuesday.

The state School Bond Authority sold $212.4 million of direct-subsidy, taxable QSCBs last week with a bullet maturity in 2027, earning an interest rate of 4.84%.

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