If leaders fail on school aid, court may act; Albany--Special master could be appointed who would most likely shift funds to New York City
By: Rick Karlin
Published: 3/4/2004
Uploaded: 01/25/2018
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Pockets: Advocacy, New York State School Finance Reform Archive
Tags: AID, Education, lawmaker, Legislature

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Description/Abstract: If the governor and legislature don't agree on a plan to satisfy last summer's Court of Appeals ruling on education finance, a judge could appoint a special master who would likely focus on giving more state dollars to New York City, a leading lawmaker said Wednesday.