2015 Part 2 NYSASBO in the News Archive

Niagara Gazette (December 1, 2015) State school group wants $2.4B aid increase next year

Utica Observer-Dispatch (December 1, 2015) New York school group wants $2.4B aid increase next year

Capital Tonight (December 1, 2015) NYSASBO: $2.4 Billion More in Education Funding

Albany Times Union (December 1, 2015) NYSASBO: $2.4 billion increase in school aid needed for 2016-17

Glens Falls Post Star (December 1, 2015) New York school group wants $2.4B aid increase next year

Oneonta Daily Star (December 1, 2015) New York school group wants $2.4B aid increase next year

NYSNYS News (November 30, 2015) New York State Association of School Business Officials (NYSASBO) released its 2016-17 School Aid Proposal calling for a $2.4 billion increase in school aid

Jamestown Post Journal (November 15, 2015) Officials Say $15 Minimum Wage Would Hurt Districts

Middletown Times Herald-Record (November 6, 2015) Editorial: Minimum wage hike gets a powerful foe

Albany Times Union (November 4, 2015) Justice for local workers

Capital Tonight (November 3, 2015) $15 Minimum Wage and School Employees

Poughkeepsie Journal (November 3, 2015) Schools fear a $15 an hour NY minimum wage

Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin (November 3, 2015) Schools fear a $15 an hour NY minimum wage

Newsradio 570 WSYR (November 3, 2015) New Minimum Wage Will Cost NY Schools A Fortune

Albany Times Union (October 30, 2015) School officials offer caution on minimum wage hike

Albany Times Union (October 30, 2015) Survey: NY Gov. Cuomo's $15 wage would cost schools millions

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle (October 30, 2015) A $15 minimum wage would hurt schools, group says

Schenectady Daily Gazette (October 30, 2015) Survey: Cuomo's $15 wage would cost schools millions

Jamestown Post-Journal (October 26, 2015) Goodell, Young Receive Grades From NYSASBO

Keeler in the Morning (October 20, 2015)

Politico NY (October 16, 2015) State commissioner calls for expansion of community schools model

Times Union (October 16, 2015) New York's property tax rebate should grow this year

Capital Tonight (October 15, 2015) School Funding Legislative Report Card

Capitol Pressroom (October 15, 2015) Interview with Michael Borges about the Legislative Report Card

Capitol Confidential (October 14, 2015) NYSASBO grades state lawmakers on school finance

Plattsburgh Press Republican (October 5, 2015) In My Opinion: School finances and polite conversation

Buffalo News (September 30, 2015) Another Voice: State tax cap looms as a threat to school districts next year

Middletown Times Herald-Record (September 22, 2015) Region's spending on public education is higher than much of state, nation

Capitol Pressroom (September 16, 2015) Discussing the NYSASBO School Spending Report

Capital Tonight (September 16, 2015) High-Need Districts Still Struggling

Middletown Times Herald-Record (September 16, 2015) Report: New York per pupil spending averages $21,812

Journal News (September 16, 2015) Report: NY spent $21K per pupil in 2013-14

Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin (September 15, 2015) Report: New York spent $21,000 per pupil in 2013-14

Capitol Confidential (September 15, 2015) Report: Local share of school spending up, state share down over 10 years

Poughkeepsie Journal (September 15, 2015) Report: NY spent $21k per pupil in 2013-14

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle (September 15, 2015) School spending: $21,800 per student

State of Politics (September 15, 2015) Report: Property Tax Revenue Takes Up Increasing Share Of School Funding

Newsday (August 17, 2015) Connetquot, Sayville school budgets were inflated, state auditors say

Newsday (August 14, 2015) Letter: Unfair criticism of school budgets

Poltico NY (August 11, 2015) Tax cap biggest threat to 2016-17 school budgets, experts say

Capitol Confidential (July 20, 2015) DiNapoli: Sub-1 percent tax cap is coming (Report)

Capitol Pressroom (July 20, 2015) How the tax cap changes could affect school districts

Capital Tonight (July 16, 2015) Tax Cap Changes and Schools

Capitol Confidential (July 15, 2015) NYSASBO: How might changes to the tax cap help schools? They might not