- NY Budget's Constitutional Scorecard: Insufficient Progress Toward Providing Sound Basic Education
The legislature has now enacted and the governor has signed into law the 2013-14 state budget. The Campaign for Educational Equity releases a scorecard tracking the state's progress in complying with students' constitutional right to a sound basic education.
- Letter to New York Senators: Restore $240 Million in State Aid to NYC
Attorney Michael Rebell joins education advocates in calling on six New York State Senators, all of whom are from New York City, to support legislation that restores state aid to city schools.
- Policy Recommendations for State Aid
The Campaign for Educational Equity recommends that Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York legislature take immediate action to fix state funding for a sound basic education.
- National Education Commission Calls for Sufficient Resources and Comprehensive Educational Opportunities for All Kids
For Each and Every Child, the recently-released report of the national Commission on Equity and Excellence in Education, presents a thorough analysis of the educational crisis facing the country and offers detailed recommendations for what local, state and federal governments need to do to ensure educational opportunity and educational equity. The Congressionally-ordered report was endorsed unanimously by all of its members, a diverse group of the country's leading educational policy experts, including the Campaign's executive director Michael A. Rebell.
- Statement on Governor Cuomo's Executive Budget Proposal
The state must tackle the big job of determining the specific resources and services necessary to ensure all students the opportunity for a sound basic education, assess the actual cost of providing them cost-effectively in each school, and create a responsible plan for putting the resources in place.
- The Campaign for Educational Equity Releases Safeguarding Sound Basic Education Reports
After an extensive analysis of 33 high-needs schools in New York, the Campaign for Educational Equity released two reports this month that reveal New York is failing to provide all students a constitutionally mandated quality education.