Joseph A. Griffo's posts related to Education

Griffo: Senate Advances Governor's Measure to Combat Student Cyberbullies

Senate Passes Bill to Prevent Cyberbullying

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Griffo Says Cyberbullying Law Will Help NY's Students

Griffo Commends Governor for Acting to Prevent Cyberbullying

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Griffo Calls For Re-Allocating Aid and Rewarding Schools That Met Deadline

Senator Joseph A. Griffo (R-C-IP, Rome) today called upon Gov. Andrew Cuomo to reallocate school aid the state has said it will withhold from districts that have not field the required teacher evaluation plans and share it with schools that met the state deadline.

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Griffo Bill to Lead Senate-Backed Reform Package

GRIFFO - SPONSORED MEASURE TO SPEARHEAD SENATE MAJORITY COALITION  INITIATIVE TO ELIMINATE REGS DETRIMENTAL TO BUSINESSES, SCHOOLS & LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 

Berger Commission -Style Panel To Make Binding Recommendations Regulatory Reform Bills To Be Acted on Today

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GRIFFO HOSTING EDUCATION TOWN HALL SERIES

(Utica) – In an effort to focus on challenges confronting
education and exploring a variety of ideas and policies for North County and
Mohawk Valley school districts and colleges, State Senator Joseph A. Griffo
today announced that the he would be hosting a three-part Education Town
Hall Series in Oneida County. The series will feature some of the state’s

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GRIFFO AND BRINDISI HOSTING EDUCATION COMMISSIONER’S APPEARANCE FOR TOWN HALL SERIES

(Utica) – State Senator Joseph A. Griffo
today confirmed that the second part of his three-part Education Town Hall
Series in Oneida County will feature another Town Hall-style public forum

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Remarks from SUNY Potsdam Performing Arts Center opening

Remarks from SUNY Potsdam Performing Arts Center opening

DR. DENNIS HEFNER, INTERIM PRESIDENT:

It’s my pleasure to introduce our first speaker. The entire campus extends its profound gratitude to our state senator, Joseph Griffo. [Applause]

He was instrumental in securing – you can clap if you want to, that’s okay [Applause] – He was instrumental in securing the full $55 million in funding for the Performing Arts Center from the Senate and the Senate committees. And he did this during his freshman year.