School Districts Should See Foundation Aid Funding Restored for Next School Year - 27 East

School Districts Should See Foundation Aid Funding Restored for Next School Year

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New York Governor Kathy Hochul

New York Governor Kathy Hochul

Desirée Keegan on Apr 10, 2024
While the solar eclipse further delayed negotiations over the state budget, local school district administrators can rejoice over the fact that, for now, any changes to the way school aid... more

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