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Schenectady schools superintendent says state aid pressure essential

District facing $9.5M in budget reductions for next school year

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The state budget bills are being printed for 2013-14, but Schenectady schools Superintendent Laurence Spring said residents shouldn’t give up asking for school aid. “Treat this as a marathon,” he said at Wednesday’s school board meeting. “My biggest fear is this is a sprint.” Last summer, Spring began a campaign to fight for more aid for the Schenectady City School District, which receives 54 percent of the aid the state agreed in a court settlement ...


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