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Executive Budget
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Education Unit, New York State Division of the Budget. 2005.
Description of 2005-06 New York State School Aid Programs in Executive Budget
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Education Unit, New York State Division of the Budget. (no date specified).
Description of 2002-03 New York State School Aid Programs in Executive Budget
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Key Public Reports
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The New York State Education Department, State Aid Unit. 2005.
Description of State formula aids and entitlements for schools in New York State
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New York State Education Department . 2005.
This report identifies as a policy concern those school districts that are low taxing, low spending and low performing.
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New York State Education Department. 2005.
The policy brief analyzes New York State school districts expenditure on employ'es health, retirment benefits and energy costs.
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New York State Education Department. 2005.
Changes in student population are an important part of any long range planning for policy makers. This paper will provide an overview of how the student body has changed in the recent past in New York State public schools. In particular, differential growth patterns upstate and downstate will be examined, as well as the impact of immigration upon these enrollment trends.
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New York State Education Department . 2005.
This report identifies as a policy concern those school districts that are low taxing, low spending and low performing.
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New York State Education Department. 2005.
This research note identifies factors associated with school district budget vote failures in New York State. Regression analysis using school budget vote results from May 2004 and data from the School District Property Tax Report Card and the School District Fiscal Profiles suggests that the percentage increase in the tax levy is a good predictor of voting results. The greater the year-to-year percentage increase in the proposed tax levy, the greater the predicted percentage of voters rejecting the school budget in the initial vote in May. Whether or not a district was located in Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk counties) was also a powerful and statistically significant predictor. Higher levels of local tax effort to support education and greater district size (in terms of the number of pupils) were also associated with a greater proportion of "no" votes within a district, but the size of those effects was rather small. Together all of the predictors accounted for approximately a third of the variance in the percentage voting "no.
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Alan G. Hevesi. Office of the New York State Comptroller. 2005.
This research brief summarizes issues associated with the property tax, provides an overview of recent trends and analyzes the tax burden across regions and types of local government in New York State.
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Office of the New York State Comptroller. 2005.
The brief discusses the current fiscal sitation of Big Five cities in New York State, including their fiscal stress and dependency on the State, as well as the potential impact from CFE v. State case.
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New York State Education Department. 2004.
This report is a descriptive analysis of the costs of administering school districts in New York State from the 1993-94 school year through 2001-02.
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New York State Education Department. 2004.
The policy brief analyzes consequences of implementation of NCLB at local school districts.
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Key Public Hearings
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Timothy G. Kremer. New York State School Boards Association. 2004.
Testimony by Tim Kremer before the New York State Commission on Education Reform, conerning the current state's education funding system and potential reform options.
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Timothy G. Kremer (Executive Director, New York State School Boards Association). New York State School Boards Association. 2003.
Testimony of Tim Kremer before the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee on the 2003-2004 Executive Budget Proposal
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Key Brief and Summaries
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New York State Education Department. 1998.
Good budgeting has been described as securing the greatest educational return from every local, State and Federal tax dollar. This document has been prepared to assist school district administrators and boards of education in planning service and expenditure programs, and in developing and presenting annual budgets.
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