Moving Towards Educational Equity?: How is New York State’s School Funding Reform Impacting Educational Equity on Long Island?

Moving Towards Educational Equity?: How is New York State’s School Funding Reform Impacting Educational Equity on Long Island?

(Released September 15, 2009) Long Island schools are well known for quality education, but in reality there is a wide range of differences between the educational resources and the student outcomes in school districts on Long Island. Long Island is home to some of...
Will Education Funding Promises be Broken?: Students in Poverty, Students of Color and English Language Learners Face the Largest Cuts in Basic Classroom Operating Aid under Proposed Budget

Will Education Funding Promises be Broken?: Students in Poverty, Students of Color and English Language Learners Face the Largest Cuts in Basic Classroom Operating Aid under Proposed Budget

(Released February 14, 2008) For fourteen years the Campaign for Fiscal Equity school-funding lawsuit faced a series of appeals and delays that stymied fair school funding reform. The New York State Court of Appeals ruled in the CFE case that the state was failing to...
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