From the NY Post:
Swine-flu school closures could shrink New York City's state aid.
Since the outbreak began in April, 42 public schools and programs have closed for up to six days, meaning classes will not be in session for the state-mandated 180 days.
The Department of Education could be docked a fraction of its aid for each missing day if the time is not made up.
City and state education officials refused to estimate how much money city schools could lose.