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A state supreme court justice has given New York eight months to reform the way school aid is shared among over 700 districts across the state. The ruling said the state is violating its own constitution, illegally shortchanging children in poor districts. The New York State School Boards Association is welcoming the decision, but acknowledges that a difficult balancing act must now begin in earnest. Martha Foley has more.

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