Editor's Notes: Trial offered some detail, but not all the public should know

Sunday, March 28, 2010
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In the past month, we’ve all learned a lot of unsavory things about the inner workings of the Schenectady City School District. It took a criminal trial to shake loose this revelatory information about the school district. It’s important to note that if the Raucci case had not gone to trial — if it had ended via a plea bargain or dismissal, for example — these documents would likely have never seen the light of day despite a report into the situation that the school board assured the public would be “transparent.”...

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