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Niskayuna board narrows middle school options

2 of 5 plans dropped on reconfiguration

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Two options for reconfiguring Niskayuna’s middle schools have been dropped as the Board of Education looks to decide on changes by the end of the year. For the past year, the district has been studying how it could change its middle school program based on recommendations from a consultants’ report. Everything from curriculum to building configuration has been under review. Superintendent Susan Kay Salvaggio said when the board had the community roundtable discussions, there was ...

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newyorker65
December 3, 2012
10:25 a.m.

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Students need to be in instructional classes longer than the 6 hour day, 9 month year schedule from a hundred years ago! But alas, I fear we will never get this idea past the almighty teacher's union!

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