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With the deadline for spending $2.9 billion in federal pandemic relief funds now less than a year away, it’s difficult to know exactly how Massachusetts school districts are spending the money and what impact those expenditures are having on students, according to a new study published by Pioneer Institute.
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Charter schools in Massachusetts educating more special needs…
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State should fund “target aid,” increase funding that follows…