New Articles: Funding for Education Reform
Posted by on March 21, 2003
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The National Center for Schools and Communities web site (http://www.NCSCatFordham.org) has two new pieces of news of interest to New York school reform organizers and an interesting column that speaks to the difficulty of obtaining funding for the long haul of winning high quality public schools for all students. You will find the statewide schedule for community input for the Campaign for Fiscal Equity Costing Our Project as well as the NYC Department of Education (aka the former Board of Education) schedule for a round of “Children First” outreach meetings to discuss what some are defining as sea changes in local public school policy.
In addition, we have a link to Jennifer C. Berkshire’s article in the Chronicle of Philanthropy titled: What Happens to Charities When Foundations Support Trendy Issue – and Abandon Yesterday’s Hot Topics.
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