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83 school districts lose in aid plan

Legislators add to, recalculate Patrick package

'We took different approaches to ratcheting it back,' Leslie Kirwan, secretary of administration and finance, said regarding the state’s budget deficit.
"We took different approaches to ratcheting it back," Leslie Kirwan, secretary of administration and finance, said regarding the state’s budget deficit. (Globe Photo / Aram Boghosian) Globe Photo / Aram Boghosian
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / April 5, 2007

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A legislative effort to send more education aid to cities and towns than proposed in Governor Deval Patrick's budget will leave 83 school districts with less than they were promised as part of the administration's spending plan. (Full article: 734 words)

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