N.Y. voters to decide on additional $2B for schools

01/21/2014 | Buffalo News (N.Y.), The

Voters in New York will cast ballots on a proposed bond act, which, if approved, would direct $2 billion in taxpayer funds to prekindergarten programs, as well as after-school programs and upgrades to school technology. If the funding is approved and plans for pre-K go through, New York would be the fourth state to implement universal pre-K programs.

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