Martin J. Golden's posts related to Education

MALLIOTAKIS, GOLDEN OPPOSE STATUS QUO, VOTE AGAINST INCUMBENT BOARD OF REGENTS MEMBERS

Call for new members to be elected to the board

 

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn, Staten Island) and State Sen. Martin J. Golden (R,C,I-Brooklyn) today voted against the reelection of the incumbent members of the Board of Regents. Members of the board are elected in a joint session of the legislature. All incumbents were part of the initial implementation of the Common Core Standards.

 

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CHANCELLOR FARIÑA AND CITY COUNCIL CHAIR OF THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE DANIEL DROMM CONGRATULATE 38 ‘RESPECT FOR ALL’ SCHOOLS

Senator Golden congratulates McKinley JHS, IS 98, PS 101 and PS 277 as they are recognized for their great work with the respect for all initiative.

 

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STATEMENT FROM SENATOR MARTY GOLDEN ON THE CLOSING OF BISHOP FORD HIGH SCHOOL

“For 52 years, Bishop Ford Central High School has served a vital role for the education of students throughout our community. The sad truth today is the failure to pass the Education Investment Tax Credit was the final straw on this school. There is no doubt in my mind that the tax credit would have made a difference here. Equally, if we do not take immediate action to enact the Education Investment Tax Credit, we will continue to see closings at an accelerated rate,” said Senator Marty Golden.

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