If the governor is the new advocate for children, he must not be the advocate for children in high poverty school districts.
Brasher Falls-Winthrop, NY, Jan 19, 2012 — Most of the education talk in Governor Andrew Cuomo's budget speech this week was about teacher evaluations. But Cuomo's written proposal also offers increasing aid to schools by 4% with a significant portion of that earmarked for high needs districts. That sounds like good news for struggling north country schools. But now that they're getting the details, some are fighting mad. Julie Grant reports.
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