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Schenectady superintendent to meet with public, defend dumping K-8

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In a series of community meetings next month, Superintendent Laurence Spring will defend the school board’s decision to get rid of K-8 schools. Voters will decide the matter in a referendum in January. That means school officials have four months to persuade the public to support the plan. Spring will explain that the goal is to create elementary schools with enough space to take in every kindergartner. The district would no longer run an overflow ...


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