Joseph P. Addabbo Jr's posts related to Education

Senator Addabbo's statement on education bill S.3501B

Queens, NY, March 1, 2011NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., a member of the Senate's Education Committee, released the following statement on education bill S.3501B, scheduled for a vote today:

 

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ADDABBO NAMED TO EDUCATION BUDGET CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

Committee to Publicly Address Governor, Assembly and Senate Budget Proposals  

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ADDABBO: APPLY NOW FOR 2011 EDNA A. LAUTERBACH SCHOLARSHIP FOR NYS NURSES

ADDABBO:   APPLY NOW FOR 2011 EDNA A. LAUTERBACH SCHOLARSHIP FOR NYS NURSES

RNs, LPNs in District Urged to Apply for Scholarships up to $2,000 for Education to Further Their Careers

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ADDABBO CO-SPONSORS BILL TO REQUIRE HATE CRIMES CURRICULUM IN ALL NEW YORK STATE SCHOOLS

Queens, NY, April 5, 2011 – Responding to last month’s gang-related murder in his district of a young man by five teens now charged with manslaughter, who also are being investigated by the NYPD for hate crimes, NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. (D-Queens), a member of the Senate’s Education Committee, is co-sponsoring a bill (S.269), which would raise awareness about hate crimes through curriculum in the schools. Addabbo supported this bill in the Education Committee and the bill has been sent to the full Senate for a vote.  

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SENATOR ADDABBO STATEMENT ON ACTING CHANCELLOR DENNIS WALCOTT APPEARING BEFORE SENATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE

Queens, NY, April 13, 2011NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. (D-Howard Beach), a member of the Senate’s Education Committee, released the following statement:  

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SENATOR ADDABBO’S STATEMENT ON GOVERNOR CUOMO’S EXECUTIVE BUDGET

Queens, NY, January 18, 2012 – NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. (D-Queens) released the following statement today regarding Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Budget: 

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ADDABBO’S STATEMENT REGARDING DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL CLOSURES

Queens, NY, March 7, 2012NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. (D-Queens), released the following statement today, reacting to this week’s announced proposal by the NYC Department of Education to close three high schools in his district:    

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ADDABBO: WHAT HAPPENED TO $2.3 BILLION IN STATE AID FOR EDUCATION AWARDED BY THE COURT?

Wants State to Honor the Court Decision to Fund City Schools  

 

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ADDABBO APPOINTED TO SERVE ON NEW YORK STATE LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION

Bipartisan Senate & Assembly Panel Charged With Negotiating Final Education Budget

 

 

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SENATOR JOSEPH P. ADDABBO, JR. STATEMENT ON GROVER CLEVELAND REMAINING OPEN AND CLOSURES OF JOHN ADAMS & RICHMOND HILL

Queens, NY, April 30, 2012 -- I truly believe that every individual associated with Grover Cleveland High School earned the right to have it remain open and be removed from the list of schools going through the “turnaround” process. All along I have stated that the Restart program that has been working there should be allowed to progress as promised, and that the school and its students should be the recipients of future educational resources.

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