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Schenectady school board to start redistricting for 2016 changes

Public invited to help with process; hearings to be held

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The Schenectady City School District Board of Education is taking on a new controversial task: changing the school attendance zones. A redistricting committee is already beginning to look at current attendance data, and a demographer is studying the city to estimate where future students will live. In January, the school board intends to vote on new zones that take effect in fall 2016, when the district intends to open Oneida Middle School, close Elmer Elementary ...

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