John J. Flanagan's posts related to Education

Senator Flanagan Thanks Stony Brook Intern

Emily Richey of Stony Brook recently concluded a summer-long internship with Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District).  Ms.


Senator Flanagan Votes To Protect Taxpayers

Senator John Flanagan (New York State) discussing and voting against S. 5523 during a meeting of the Senate Education Committee - February 23, 2010

Senator Flanagan Visits Lake Grove School

Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) recently visited the entire 5th grade class of Eugene Auer Elementary School to talk to the students.  The visit was arranged by Ms. April Mindlin, a teacher at the Lake Grove school, to provide students with an opportunity to learn first-hand about Senator Flanagan’s work and to give them a better understanding of New York State government.


Senator Flanagan Disappointed By Senate Democrats Rejection Of Cyber-Bullying Legislation

To protect the state’s children, Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) and his Senate Republicans recently offered an amendment to a proposal by the Senate Democrats called the Dignity for All Students Act, which creates a limited class of protections for students but does not include any provis


Senator Flanagan Named Chairman of Senate Education Committee

Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District), who has been a leader in the fight to secure Long Island’s fair share of state education aid, has been selected as the Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Education.

The selection, which was announced by Senate Republican Leader Dean Skelos, will help Senator Flanagan expand his role in the fight to protect the educational system of both Long Island and the entire State of New York.  In this new position, Senator Flanagan will have a clearer and more effective voice in shaping the educational goals of our state and the future of the state’s children.


Senator Flanagan Visits Selden Students

State of Politics Blog - Superintendent Salary Cap Support Grows

Posted on Capital Tonight on Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Sen. John Flanagan told me during a CapTon interview last night that he’s open to the idea of a salary cap for public school superintendents, whose compensation was targeted by Gov. Andrew Cuomo during his budget address last week.

Cuomo mentioned the salary of a Syosset schools superintendent, Carole Hankin, who earns $386,868 a year, as an example of where education officials might consider cutting to make up for the loss of state aid they are expected to suffer during this budget cycle.


February 7, 2011 - Senator Flanagan Discusses Budget On Capital Tonight

Senator John Flanagan (New York State) discusses the school aid issues with Liz Benjamin.