School Districts To See A Boost In State Aid
A new agreement in Albany could provide millions of dollars in relief. The New York State Senate passed a bill Tuesday putting an additional $9.36 million in the hands of school districts, a 2.2 percent increase over what Governor Cuomo outlined in his original proposal. This means an additional $27.6 million more than last year's school aid. Senator Tom Libous hopes the assembly will come together later this week to help pass the budget.