STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford Superintendent of Schools Winifred Hamilton will request five additions to the proposed 2014-15 fiscal year school budget at a Feb. 6 school board meeting that total $1.3 million, according to the Stamford Advocate.
According to the article, the additions include $405,000 for mental health programs, $80,000 for the addition of a research analyst, $540,000 for six administrative interns at the elementary school level, $129,850 for helping magnet schools meet requirements for their outlined missions and $140,000 for a content leader for technology at each of the city's 20 public schools.
The new proposal would reportedly raise the Stamford school budget by 2.8 percent.
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