March 15, 2013

New York State Teachers Union Files Lawsuit to Overturn State Property Tax Cap

The New York State Teachers Union filed a lawsuit on February 19, 2013, challenging the constitutionality of the state’s 2% cap on property tax increases. The […]
February 11, 2013

NYC Parents Challenge $250 Million Penalty for Teacher Evaluation Impasse

In a lawsuit last week filed by attorney Michael A. Rebell, nine New York City parents and their children have challenged the constitutionality of a state […]
January 17, 2013

NY Education Reform Commission Releases Preliminary Recommendations

Tasked with identifying concrete reforms to improve New York’s public education system and bolster student performance, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Education Reform Commission released its preliminary report […]
December 19, 2012

Campaign for Educational Equity Releases Reports that Reveal Wide-Spread Lack of Essential Resources in New York Schools

After an extensive analysis of 33 high-needs schools in New York, the Campaign for Educational Equity, based at Teachers College, Columbia University, released two reports this […]