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The Midstate School Finance Consortium was formed in 1991 and presently includes as members 273 school districts and 19 BOCES spread across more than 30 New York counties. With most of Central and Western New York blanketed, the first districts in the Capital District region recently joined in the last few weeks. The Consortium was originally formed to analyze possible changes in the state's school aid formula and the effect these changes would have on Upstate school districts. Since state aid to Upstate schools has essentially been frozen over recent years, the group is now examining the larger issue of public education funding in the state and advocating reforms.View Full Listing
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Midstate School Finance Consortium . 11/2004.
MSFC proposed new school funding formula and pledged for Governor's support.
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Midstate School Finance Consortium . 07/2004.
MSFC urged for legislative solution for CFE decision at New York State.
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Midstate School Finance Consortium . 07/2004.
MSFC commented on the budget delay and its consequence in New York State.
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Midstate School Finance Consortium . 07/2004.
A statement from the Midstate School Finance Consortium regarding the Court of Appeals decision in the CFE lawsuit.
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Midstate School Finance Consortium . 06/2004.
The 280+ school districts of the MSFC strongly urge state legislators to ensure that every child receives the same funding starting point and that every taxpayer is treated fairly in a new school aid formula.
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Midstate School Finance Consortium . 03/2004.
MSFC urged Zarb commission to adopt a new school aid formula that embodies the principles of equity, adequacy, simplicity, flexibility, and predictability.
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Midstate School Finance Consortium . 2003.
Testimony of David L. Dresser to the New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Education, concerning MSFC's school aid proposal.
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Midstate School Finance Consortium . 2003.
Testimony of the Midstate School Finance Consortium to the New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Education regarding the Implementation of the Court of Appeals Decision in the Campaign for Fiscal Equity Lawsuit.
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Lawrence M. Cummings (Executive Director of the Central New York School Boards Association). Midstate School Finance Consortium . 2003.
Testimony of Lawrence M. Cummings, executive Director of the Central New York School Boards Association, to the New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Education.
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Midstate School Finance Consortium . 12/2003.
MSFC summarized recent development in school finance litigation in New York State.
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