The front page of the 23-page report from The Council of School Superintendents titled, On The Edge: A Survey on School Fiscal Matters, shows a photograph of a group of people standing at the precipice of a cliff. There is a person leaning at the very tip, looking back at the group motioning towards the vast ocean as if to say, “jump.” Is this person supposed to represent the dramatic cuts in state aid over the past three years? Or is this person supposed to symbolize Governor Andrew Cuomo two percent tax cap — giving that final push into the . . .
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