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Schenectady unhappy with school aid hike

District still faces $9.2M budget gap

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State education aid to the Schenectady City School District isn’t increasing enough to take layoffs and service cuts off the table. The negotiated state budget increases state aid to Schenectady’s schools by almost $4.5 million compared to last year’s enacted state budget. The 4.5 percent increase brings the state’s education aid to $98.57 million, which is about $365,000 more than what was proposed in the initial budget from Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Schenectady schools Superintendent Larry ...


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