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Schoharie County schools look to have aid restored

‘Adjustment’ costing districts millions

Graduates and their families gather outside Middleburgh Central School following a high school graduation ceremony in June 2012.
Graduates and their families gather outside Middleburgh Central School following a high school graduation ceremony in June 2012.
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A three-letter acronym is the bane of rural school district budgeting. Millions of dollars promised to school districts by the state are withheld as part of the gap elimination adjustment, or GEA, as it was contemptuously referred to by officials from Schoharie County school districts Tuesday night in the cafeteria at Schoharie Central School. The message these officials had for Assemblyman Peter Lopez, R-Schoharie, and state Sen. James Seward, R-Milford, who teamed to organize the ...


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