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Education: New York State Education Archives

New York State Education Archives

CFE v. State of New York: What the Litigation Means for New York City, New York State, and the Nation

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A Public Policy Forum with Michael A. Rebell, Executive Director, The Campaign for Educational Equity. November 20, 2006

Workforce Planning in Education: Replacing Retiring Teachers and Administrators

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A Public Policy Forum with Johanna Duncan-Poitier, Deputy Commissioner for Higher Education and Professions, New York State Education Department; Maria Neira, First Vice President, New York State United Teachers; David Szczerbacki, Provost/Vice-President for Academic Affairs, The College of Saint Rose; and James Wyckoff, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, and Principal Investigator, Teacher Policy Research. March 29, 2006

The Fiscal Challenges Facing Public and Private Colleges

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A Public Policy Forum with Steven G. Poskanzer, President, State University of New York at New Paltz, and Morton Owen Schapiro, President, Williams College. February 1, 2006

The No Child Left Behind Act in New York

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A Public Policy Forum with James A. Kadamus, Deputy Commissioner for Elementary, Middle, Secondary and Continuing Education, New York State Education Department. October 24, 2005

A Study of the First Supervisory District of Monroe County

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This study of the Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) First Supervisory District of Monroe County for the New York State Department of Education includes recommendations on Monroe #1 BOCES’ structure relative to neighboring BOCES regions.
The Rockefeller Institute of Government, December 2005

High Spending on K-12 Education: How Does New York Differ From Other States?

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This report examines the components of education spending in New York and other states to assess the substantial difference in expenditures. It does not attempt to address the much more ambitious question of why New York spends more than most states. Understanding how spending in New York differs from that in other states is crucial to addressing more ambitious questions.
Hamp Lankford and Jim Wyckoff, November 1999

Teacher Preparation

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Teacher preparation is an important activity at the State University of New York. Sixteen campuses offer teacher preparation programs. The State University, in turn, is a major supplier of New York’s public school teachers. The State University’s teacher preparation programs face challenges from several forces impinging at once: the drive for higher learning standards for students, growing teacher shortages in selected regions and fields, and new regulations for teacher preparation programs and teacher certification, all in an environment of vigorous and sometimes harsh debate.
Donald J. Boyd, December 1999

Time For Leadership: Restoring the New York State Education Department

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There is no agency in New York State government with a mission more vital than that of the Education Department. The state’s commissioner of education, Richard P. Mills, charged this commission to undertake a rapid but intensive review of the Education Department. After listening closely to more than 200 people inside and outside the department who care about it and who know its work, they report one fundamental finding to the Commission and to the Board of Regents: It is time for leadership.
The Commissioner's Review of the New York State Education Department, January 1996