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Schenectady schools superintendent has hearing over school aid

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The state is listening to Schenectady’s woes. Schenectady City School District Superintendent Laurence Spring took his case to the governor’s staff Monday, trying to persuade them to give the school district more money. They didn’t immediately agree to pony up more cash — but they did say they would release the $3.8 million in transportation aid that the Education Department withheld years ago, then said it would give back in 2012. The aid was withheld ...


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schdyres1
January 30, 2013
7:35 a.m.

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SCSC is very fortunate to have a superintendent who has gathered the facts to make a compelling case for increasing state aid to meet the needs of all of Schenectady's students. I wish him well, and thank him, as he continues this dialogue with the state.

schdyres1
January 30, 2013
7:38 a.m.

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SCSD is correct, rather than SCSC.

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