Small Schools Districts Criticize Counseling Plan Finances

11/9/2001 |

Smaller school districts near the Sept. 11 terrorist site are complaining that the New York City's Board of Education is giving larger school districts, such as Staten Island, $2,100 per student to finance counseling, while allocating only $33 per student to smaller districts. The Department of Education gave the the Board of Education $4.2 million, on top of the $1.3 million received from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, leaving decisions on allocating the funds up to the Board.

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