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The Norwich Board of Education plans to tell the City Council that it cannot cut the ordered three percent from the proposed 2017-2018 budget.   Superintendent Abby Dolliver discussed the situation with a State Department of Education official yesterday and broached the possibility of ending the school year early when the money runs out. A three percent cut translates to 20 operational school days.  Officials say even a one or two percent cut would raise class sizes, in some cases above what is allowed by the fire marshal.


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