COLUMBIA -- The federal bailout package moving through Congress would give South Carolina $905 million amid the state's budget crisis, with most of it going to public education. State Education Superintendent Jim Rex said Friday he's still getting details of the legislation that calls for about $276 million during each of the next two years to go toward public schools and colleges. The rest could be used for public safety and other programs. Rex said federal money won't replenish the schools' budgets, which have been cut $363 million this year alone. Rex said the bailout should help schools avoid cutting teaching staffs as they make hiring decisions this spring. South Carolina's state budget has been cut by $1 billion since July.