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Board of Regents Chancellor Betty Rosa
December 10, 2018
New York state officials call for $2.1 billion bump in education funding
The proposal is about $500 million larger than last year, which was shrouded in concerns over a state budget deficit and a threat of spending cuts.
December 9, 2018
In first meeting since November election results, the Board of Regents eyes budget for New York schools
While their request will help guide lawmakers as they hash out a spending plan by the April 1 deadline, the final dollar amount is out of the hands of the Regents or other state education department officials.
November 5, 2018
New York policymakers express doubts about charter sector — and approve another expansion
The Board of Regents’ voiced concerns about whether charters are a drain on district coffers even as officials approved a new list of charter school applications.
November 5, 2018
State education officials signal extension of moratorium on teacher evaluations tied to state tests
Officials want to use an extension to continue speaking with teachers, principals and advocates about the evaluation system, which has long been a politically charged issue in the state.
June 11, 2018
Six New York City charter schools are one step closer to approval
The schools are expected to receive a final approval from the full Board of Regents Tuesday.
Updated February 9, 2018
New York education officials move to block rules allowing some charter schools to certify their own teachers
The lawsuit seeks to overturn regulations approved by SUNY allowing the charter schools it oversees to design their own teacher-certification programs.
January 22, 2018
After Cuomo calls for belt-tightening, New York’s Board of Regents look to lawmakers for more school aid
During the Board of Regents meeting on Monday, Chancellor Betty Rosa suggested the 17-member board mobilize and turn to the legislature for help.
off the list
December 1, 2017
State frees 24 New York City schools from strict oversight
"Removal from Priority School status shows the hard work being done by students, teachers and administrators at these schools and I applaud them all."
July 25, 2017
Trio of top NY education officials shows support for career and technical education — and a desire to fix roadblocks
Top state and city officials on Tuesday indicated they have made some changes to ease the process and are interested in looking for more.
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