Mixed support for extended learning time
When Gov. Andrew Cuomo presented his executive state budget proposal for the 2013-14 fiscal year, he promised positive changes for school districts, including full-day pre-kindergarten and extended learning time.
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#1 Feb 10, 2013
Extended learning time ain't exactly going to do much for Gloversville and the type of kid currently being bred here. They don't go to school much and wear pajamas when they do. Mostly they lay around watching tv and eating cheetos and soda pop waiting for something else for free while complaining the government don't do enough for them. They laugh at me because I have 3 jobs and can barely make ends meet and drive a beat up old car and walk with a limp. Sometimes I wonder why things have gone so bad around here.
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