N.Y. high court reduces aid sought by NYC schools

11/21/2006 | NYTimes.com

New York state's Court of Appeals ended a 13-year legal battle yesterday by voting 4-2 to require at least $1.93 billion more a year be spent on New York City schools to ensure children receive a sound education. The amount is much less than the $4.7 billion that a lower court called the minimum needed.

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