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School district cutting more than 200 jobs after revenue losses
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The Albany, N.Y., school district will cut 222 jobs because of revenue losses this year, according to local news outlet WRGB.
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The school district is facing a revenue loss of up to $25 million due to a lack of state and federal aid for the 2020-2021 school year related to the coronavirus pandemic, the district said in a Wednesday press release.
"It is going to change our district and it is not going to change our district for the better," Annie Savage, Albany's school board president told WRGB.
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