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Thereís no question that thereís a train that has left the station. Itís going down a reckless track that is not good for the children.

Educators and school boards speak out against property tax cap

State lawmakers are close to approving a cap on property taxes in New York, but the groups most impacted say they are still trying to change what they see as the most potentially harmful parts of the package. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

NY residents face tough choices on school budgets.

Voters in around 700 school districts across the state will go the polls May 17th to consider school budgets, and many will be asked to okay a tax increase, as well as approve program cuts, and in some cases, layoffs. More on that from Karen Dewitt in Albany.  Go to full article

Schools Ask State for More Money

Superintendents and school board members of the state's five largest schools came to Albany to lobby for money and more control for their school districts. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

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