Public Meeting: To hear stakeholder input regarding the components of the Foundation Aid formula in relation to student, district and community needs with a goal of greater equity in school financing

Joint – Senate Standing Committee on Education
Chair:
Senator Shelley Mayer
and Senate Standing Committee on Budget and Revenues
Chair: Senator Brian Benjamin
Co-Sponsor: Senator John Liu
Public Meeting: To hear stakeholder input regarding the components of the Foundation Aid formula in relation to student, district and community needs with a goal of greater equity in school financing
Place: Bayside High School, 3224 Corporal Kennedy Street, Bayside, NY 11361
Time: 10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
Contact: Georgia Asciutto (914) 934-5250; Phil Giltner (212) 222-7315
Media Contact: Gary Ginsburg (518) 455-2415
PARTICIPATION BY INVITATION ONLY
 

New York City roundtable, hosted in Bayside, will include testimony from local education stakeholders

(Bayside, NY) The State Senate Education Committee and the Committee on Budget & Revenues will hold their fifth roundtable discussion to hear from stakeholders regarding the components of the Foundation Aid Formula. Senator Shelley Mayer, Chair of the Senate Education Committee, will lead the hearing in partnership with Senator Brian Benjamin, Chair of the Senate Committee on Budget and Revenues and Senator John Liu, New York City Education Committee Chair. The roundtable will focus on how Foundation Aid meets student, district, and community needs with the goal of achieving greater equity in school financing. This will be the last statewide roundtable before a December 3 Public Hearing in New York City.

WHO:

Senator Shelley Mayer, Chair of the Senate Education Committee
Senator Brian Benjamin, Chair of the Senate Committee on Budget and Revenues
Senator John Liu, Chair of the New York City Education Committee 
Senator Joseph Addabbo
Senator Simcha Felder
Senator Robert Jackson
Senator Toby Stavisky
Senator Jessica Ramos
Chancellor Betty Rosa
Regent Judith Chin
Regent Nan Mead
Regent Lester Young
Local education stakeholders

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