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Niskayuna considers welcoming foreign students to generate new revenue

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Niskayuna Central School District officials are looking overseas in their effort to obtain new revenue for the district as it tries to close a $6 million budget gap. Superintendent Susan Kay Salvaggio said she is exploring the possibility of tuition-paying international students attending the district’s high school. The first step would be for the district to apply for F1 visa status, which would allow it to accept these students for one year. Salvaggio told the ...

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