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Alliance joins school funding battle

Aid formula not fair, group says

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Schenectady Superintendent of Schools Laurence Spring has found more allies in his quest to change the state aid formula for schools. The Alliance for Quality Education took up his fight Tuesday, giving the state a failing grade on the grounds that it was not providing enough funds to close the achievement gap between poor and rich students. At a press conference, AQE organized a number of speakers who criticized the state Education Department at length. ...


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justapto
July 3, 2013
6:48 p.m.

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Another great reason to go to a county run school district. There is no reason for all these school district in the county to compete with each other.
Consolidation equals efficiency AND ENDS each district competing with the other. Also; the tax payers get efficiency and tax savings.
NOTHING good happens when we keep the status quo!

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