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Schools allow 4-year-olds to attend kindergarten despite new law financially penalizing schools

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News video: Schools allow 4-year-olds to attend kindergarten despite new law financially penalizing schoolsSchools allow 4-year-olds to attend kindergarten despite new law financially penalizing schools

Hamilton Southeastern Schools is allowing 47 students who turn 5 after August 1 to attend kindergarten during the 2018-19 school year.

The district estimates it will take a $300,000 funding loss from the state as a result..

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