Most Long Island schools can't expect much money from the state's newly won "Race to the Top" pot - not even enough, in many cases, to hire a single new teacher.

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Still, the statewide impact could be electrifying. President Barack Obama's administration announced in Washington Tuesday that New York State had won $696.6 million for reform efforts, including upgraded academic standards and student assessments, teacher training and improvement of failing schools.

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