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State still silent on Schenectady school aid

District facing deadline for budget preparation

Buses park outside the Fine Arts Wing at Schenectady High School after school on April 9.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Buses park outside the Fine Arts Wing at Schenectady High School after school on April 9.
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Another month has gone by without a word from the state Education Department regarding the $3.8 million that it was expected to return to Schenectady a year ago. But at this point, everyone is used to silence. The Education Department has ignored letters from state representatives, phone calls from Schenectady City School District leaders and interview requests. No one from the department will even explain why it’s taking so long. Superintendent Laurence Spring said he ...


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