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Leb: A long-awaited win for NYC special-needs students

New York’s special- needs community won a long-standing fight last month, when Mayor Bill de Blasio — in an “about face” from the Bloomberg administration — announced an end to the horror faced by too many children with special needs and their parents at the hands of the city’s Department of Education.

Read More Posted at July 10, 2014 at 3:49 pm

Schools Albany Refuses to Help

In answer to an unprecedented advocacy effort that included thousands of schoolchildren, hundreds of union members and groups that represented hundreds of non-public schools, state leaders gave assurances that the Education Investment Tax Credit would be included in the state budget approved at the end of March.

Read More Posted at June 18, 2014 at 1:47 pm

OU Schools in Session Initiative: Spring 2014

Following Passover, OU Advocacy-NY and its coalition partners are coordinating several Schools in Session meetings between New York State Assembly Members and Senators and Jewish day schools in their districts. Each meeting includes a tour of the school facility for … Continued

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