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Supreme Court of the State of New York. 3/23/2006.
The decision granted plaintiffs' motion to confirm the Referees' report, denied defendants' cross motion to reject the report in part, and directed defendants to implement a funding plan to provide the New York City School District with at least $5.63 billion in additional annual operating funds.
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Supreme Court of the State of New York . 8/3/2004.
Justice DeGrasse appointed three special Judicial Referees for implementation of CFE decision.
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Key Supporting Documents
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Supreme Court of the State of New York. 11/30/2004.
Judicial Referees' final report based on their investigation and public hearings.
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John Yinger & William Duncombe. Center for Policy Research. 11/4/2004.
The statement highlights the point that shifting from the implicit student-need weights in the AIR/MAP report to those Yinger and Duncombe have estimated could raise the annual cost of reaching a sound, basic education in New York City by up to $2 billion.
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Supreme Court of the State of New York. 10/13/2004.
Testimony by Patricia Zedalis, a consultant specializing in educational facilities planning
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Office of Atterney General, State of New York. 8/12/2004.
Assistant Attorney General, Bruce McHale's Letter to the Judicial Referees on Aug 12, 2004
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Key Appeal/Reply Briefs
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 7/10/2006.
New York State reply brief to CFE's appeal on April 18, 2006.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 6/6/2006.
The Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc., et al., (“Plaintiffs” or “Appellants-Respondents”) respectfully submit this Memorandum of Law in support of their appeal in the matter captioned The Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc., et al. v. State of New York, et al., New York County Index No. 111070/93, from a decision and order of the Appellate Division, First Department dated March 23, 2006.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 4/24/2006.
CFE writes in brief reply to the State Defendants' letter of April 21 opposing its request for a calendar preference and an expedited briefing schedule.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 4/21/2006.
The Defendent submits this letter on behalf of the State defendants to oppose plaintiffs-appellants’ request for an extremely abbreviated briefing schedule and calendar preference for this appeal.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 4/18/2006.
The appeal arises from the admitted failure of the Legislature and the Governor to comply with the Appeal Court's decision in CFE v. State of New York, 100 NY.Y. 2d 893 (2003)("CFE II").
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Eliot Spitzer (Attorney General for the State of New York). Attorney General of the State of New York. 9/15/2005.
The State Defendants submit this brief to reply to those arguments in CFE’s brief that require further discussion.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. . 9/7/2005.
This appeal arises from the failure of the Governor and the Legislature to obey a direct order issued by the Court of Appeals. Appellants
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Eliot Spitzer. Attorney General of the State of New York. 8/5/2005.
Defendants State of New York, Governor George Pataki, and Tax Commissioner Andrew S. Eristoff appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, New York County (DeGrasse, J.), confirming the Report and Recommendations of the Judicial Referees.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 6/1/1993.
CFE provides Amended Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief.
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Key Testimony
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Jay P. Greene. Manhattan Institute for Policy Research. 1/8/2005.
The decision in the CFE lawsuit ordering more than $5 billion in additional spending on New York City Schools is likely to have little effect on student achievement in the city. Lack of money is not a primary explanation for the city’s low student performance, so having additional money by itself will do little to improve the situation.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 10/21/2004.
Statement of Robert Berne, Senior Vice President for Health and Professor of Public Policy and Financial Management at New York University.
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Thomas Parrish. Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. . 10/15/2004.
Testimony of Thomas Parrish, a managing director in the Education and Human Development Program at the American Institutes for Research, before the Special Referees of Supreme Court of the State of New York.
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Thomas Sobol. Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 10/13/2004.
Testimony of Thomas Sobol, Christian A. Johnson Professor of Outstanding Educational Practice, Teachers College, before the Special Referees of Supreme Court of the State of New York
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. . 10/1/2004.
Testimony by Robert Berne, Senior Vice President for Health at New York University, in support of CFE before Special Referees October 1, 2004.
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Linda Darling-Hammond (Charles E. Ducommun professor at Stanford University and Executive Director of National Commission on Teaching & America's Future). Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. . 12/14/1999.
Testimony of Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond, Charles E. Ducommun professor at Stanford University and Executive Director of National Commission on Teaching & America's Future, December 14, 1999
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Key Briefs and Summaries
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. . 1/31/2003.
Summary of Plaintiffs’ Brief Submitted to the New York Court of Appeals of the State of New York in CFE v. State of New York.
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