New York reallocates money for new summer-school priorities

06/17/2004 | NYTimes.com

Yesterday, New York City school officials announced that although they will spend almost $10 million more overall on summer school this year than last, high school summer school will receive $7 million less, due to poor attendance rates in the past. A significant amount of the $93 million earmarked for summer instruction will go to a new program to help struggling second- and third-graders.

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