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Local school aid up, but not all pleased

Assemblyman James Tediso listens to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo propose in his Executive Budget on Tuesday, a record $142.6 billion state spending plan that begins post-Hurricane Sandy rebuilding and seeks to streamline government operations while providing new funding for education, health care and economic development.
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Assemblyman James Tediso listens to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo propose in his Executive Budget on Tuesday, a record $142.6 billion state spending plan that begins post-Hurricane Sandy rebuilding and seeks to streamline government operations while providing new funding for education, health care and economic development.
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Education advocates seemed hopeful Tuesday about Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed 4.4 percent increase in state aid, but Schenectady’s school superintendent says it doesn’t go far enough. Under the governor’s budget, the Schenectady City School District would receive about $98.2 million in total state aid, which is a nearly $4 million increase from this year. Superintendent Laurence Spring said he is pleased that Cuomo is proposing to give Schenectady a larger increase than many districts — ...


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