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Assemblymen vow to fight for more school aid

Steck: Districts ‘shortchanged’

Entrance to Schenectady High School.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Entrance to Schenectady High School.
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Schenectady’s state senator may not be convinced, but its two new assemblymen are going to fight for increased state aid for the city schools. Schenectady receives about half the aid it needs under a formula decided through a court settlement involving all the districts in the state. Most of the state’s 600 districts receive more than 80 percent of what the court ruled they need, but Schenectady is among 22 districts getting half or less. ...


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