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Districts in decline get state rewards

Publisher's Notebook

April 26, 2013

Despite some glowing reviews by the governor of the New York state budget for 2013-14, some conservatives were not as optimistic....

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HVANCDY

Apr-26-13 10:01 PM

The NRA want to arm teachers with guns.What a JOKE !

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ObserverObserver

Apr-26-13 7:38 PM

Another snipe at Martha Robertson with no mention of Reed's $1.2 million fund-raising blitz. Why not suggest it's too early for his concentration of time on his re-election?

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baseball

Apr-26-13 4:42 PM

When you look at these figures, Fredonia only has 40% of the budget paid for by the State, they actually are not doing so bad, when you look at all the others that get a lot more in aid percentage, yet those others still have high taxes! I still believe that teachers make way too much for our area, but its a joke that these schools that get a majority of their budget paid for in aid, still have high taxes!

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baseball

Apr-26-13 4:38 PM

WOW, 73% OF Brocton's school budget is paid for bt the State, yet they are still bankrupt! Sounds more like mis-management of money and teachers contract!

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