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After dismissal, Schenectady schools to take equal funding fight to DOJ

Schenectady schools Superintendent Larry Spring makes a point during a June 2013 meeting to discuss how their school districts are disparately affected by the way New York state school aid is distributed.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Schenectady schools Superintendent Larry Spring makes a point during a June 2013 meeting to discuss how their school districts are disparately affected by the way New York state school aid is distributed.
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Schools plan civil rights action Schenectady schools ready to file complaint about state funding Schenectady schools superintendent to take funding complaint to feds City school district officials will bring their fight for equal funding to the U.S. Department of Justice after the federal Department of Education dismissed their civil rights complaint for lack of jurisdiction. Superintendent Larry Spring received notification from the education department's Office for Civil Rights today. In dismissing the complaint, the office ...

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