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Montgomery County schools find extra money for next year's budget

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The Montgomery County school system has found an extra $22 million in funding from Maryland and less-than-expected health care costs, prompting Superintendent Joshua Starr to reduce his budget request to the county. Starr has shrunk his $2.2 billion request by $6.2 million, which is still $3.8 million more than the amount the county government must give the schools under Maryland law. He plans...

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