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Alliance for Quality Education. 02/2005.
Cynthia Nixon, spokesperson for the Alliance for Quality Education, spoke on the steps of New York City Hall to launch AQE’s website www.OurKidsCantWait.org designed to generate thousands of letters to Governor Pataki urging him not to appeal.
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David McKay Wilson. Journal News. 4/24/2004.
Television actress Cynthia Nixon joined education advocates yesterday to press state Sen. Nicholas Spano to fight for increased aid for Yonkers schools, which this year face a $50 million revenue gap.
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Paul Riede. The Post-Standard. 10/2002.
"Sex and the City" actress Cynthia Nixon pulled into Syracuse in a yellow school bus Wednesday to discuss the distinctly unsexy topic of school funding. Nixon appeared at Blodgett Elementary School with officials from the statewide Alliance for Quality Education and the local Parents for Public Schools of Syracuse to demand that Gov. George Pataki and other politicians overhaul the state's notoriously complicated system of school aid.
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Nick Chiles. New York Daily News. 9/19/2002.
Actors Bruce Willis and Cynthia Nixon and hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons teamed up with education advocates Thursday in urging Gov. George Pataki to settle a legal challenge to the state’s school aid formula. A spokesman for Pataki said afterward that the governor might be willing to talk about a settlement. The advocates staged a morning press conference to respond to Pataki’s head-turning statement last week about the Campaign for Fiscal Equity lawsuit, which alleges the state shortchanges city schools.
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