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State budget increases aid for Schenectady, many other school districts

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Full-day kindergarten was on the chopping block for Schenectady schools as the district looked for ways to close its budget gap, but an increase in state education aid for the 2014-15 academic year makes that unnecessary. Schenectady City School District Superintendent Laurence Spring said he should be able to tackle the district’s budget deficit without having to cut into its kindergarten programs. “Essentially, this means our budget reductions are going from a gap of $10.3 ...


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