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Our Reaction to Gov. Cuomo’s State of the State Address

Our Reaction to Gov. Cuomo’s State of the State Address

Charlie Albanetti January 8, 2014 0

Investing in Pre-K Critical Step, but Tax Policies Will Only Grow Economic Divide Time for Albany to Prove They Work for the People by Passing Fair Elections Statement in Response to Gov. Cuomo’s State

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WNY Chapter Endorses Buffalo Board of Education Candidates

WNY Chapter Endorses Buffalo Board of Education Candidates

Brian Trzeciak March 29, 2013 1

In Buffalo, on May 7th, city residents will vote for new members of the Board of Education. Now, more than ever, we need champions of education who will fight for our Public Schools, and,

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Our Response to the State of the Union

Our Response to the State of the Union

Charlie Albanetti February 12, 2013 0

President Obama called for a major expansion of access to Pre-K in his State of the State address tonight. Here is the responses of Karen Scharff and Billy Easton. Citizen Action of New York

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Coalition Response to the Education Reform Commission Report

Coalition Response to the Education Reform Commission Report

Charlie Albanetti January 2, 2013 0

Ready for Kindergarten, Ready for College Campaign Praises New York Education Commission’s Recommendation to Create Full-Day Pre-Kindergarten Program A coalition of early childhood, education and community organizations, the Ready for Kindergarten, Ready for College

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Solutions Not Suspensions Rally a Huge Success

Solutions Not Suspensions Rally a Huge Success

Sean Collins October 2, 2012 0

By Brian Trzeciak, Education Organzer with Citizen Action and AQENY On Wednesday, Sept. 26th, Citizen Action and the Alliance for Quality Education organized a rally with parents, students, activists, and community members on the

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New Report: Doubling of Student Loan Interest Rates Will Cost New York Students

New Report: Doubling of Student Loan Interest Rates Will Cost New York Students

Sean Collins May 15, 2012 0

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A Late Recap: Community Meeting on Suspension Reform

A Late Recap: Community Meeting on Suspension Reform

Sean Collins April 5, 2012 0

Nearly two years ago, Jawaan Daniels was shot and killed waiting for the bus to go home after he was suspended from his Buffalo school for walking the hallways. Since the summer of 2011,

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Education Lobby Day!

Education Lobby Day!

Charlie Vella March 15, 2012 0

Yesterday, more than 1800 students, parents, educators, community advocates, elected officials and activists gathered in Albany to draw attention to the dire circumstances surrounding New York State’s educational system. Over the past two years, schools

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Recap of the Rural and Small City School District Forum

Recap of the Rural and Small City School District Forum

Sean Collins March 1, 2012 0

Our Capital District Organizer, Mark Emanatian, gives us a recap of yesterday’s forum: On February 29th, almost eight hundred students, parents and educators from rural and small city schools from across New York State

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Early Childhood Education Lobby Day

Early Childhood Education Lobby Day

Charlie Vella February 28, 2012 0

Today, we rallied over 100 students (Pre-K to college), parents, teachers, and advocates from all over New York State to Albany to call on our legislators to invest in quality early education

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