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Use state aid to make school districts more efficient

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Reading a state Board of Regents report is never easy, with all the talk of assessments, outcomes, rubrics and other education gobbledygook. But the one presented at the board’s meeting last Monday, by its Committee on State Aid, was pretty clear: School districts, especially poor ones, are under huge fiscal stress thanks to reduced state aid, the state’s property tax cap, depleted reserve funds, and rising health and pension costs (the districts’ contributions for the ...

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November 12, 2012
9:53 a.m.

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Bravo! Let us modernize our educational systems by removing inefficiencies and increasing school choice through consolidation.