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Schenectady schools' civil rights complaint dismissed

Spring: Next stop is Justice Department

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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Schenectady school officials have been denied in their first effort to force the state to change the way it distributes school aid. The federal Office of Civil Rights rejected the district’s complaint against the state, Superintendent Laurence Spring said. He said he was told Tuesday. He announced the decision Wednesday. He isn’t giving up, though. Now he will send the complaint to the federal Department of Justice. “I don’t think it should leave us daunted ...


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