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Board of Regents urges $1.3 billion boost in state education aid

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Schenectady schools Superintendent Laurence Spring has an ally in his fight for state aid: the state Board of Regents. The board’s state aid subcommittee voted Monday to urge the state Legislature to add $1.3 billion in education aid next year — and send it to high-needs school districts. The board proposed that the money also be used for universal pre-K and professional development. “The Board of Regents State Aid Proposal is an important step toward ...


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