2015-16 School budgets

New York’s nearly 700 school districts are proposing an average spending increase of 1.9 percent and a tax levy increase of 1.6 percent as they go out for a public vote on May 19, according to records released by the state Education Department. With a tougher tax cap, schools are increasingly leery of high taxes and spending.

Budgets for the states "Big Five" districts (New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Yonkers) are not included, since their budgets are controlled by their local cities and not subject to a vote.
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