New York State School Finance Reform Archive
The New York State School Finance Reform Archive is an initiative of The Gottesman Libraries at Teachers College. This comprehensive digital archive collects a broad range of documents chronicling the events and school finance issues associated with the Campaign for Fiscal Equity (CFE) v. State of New York begun in December of 1999.

The archive is a part of the Gottesman Libraries Public Policy Archives Project, and is designed for all visitors interested in school finance, regardless of prior knowledge. For those who would like a basic overview of the CFE case, an explanation of the school budget process in New York State, answers to frequently asked questions about school finance reform, and a glossary of common terminology, please visit the background section to learn more. To start browsing the collection, click on a category on the left menu, a document type on the bar above, or conduct a search. The digital archive also includes Dialogues that provide arguments on different sides of key issues in the school finance debate and a Names and Faces section to learn about the key players in the CFE case.

The New York State School Finance Reform archive is an independent project of the Gottesman Libraries at Teachers College and is not affiliated with one particular viewpoint or stance.
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[thumbnail] High standards for the high school diploma: Assessment alternatives
by NewYorkState (2004)
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[thumbnail] Pushed Out or Pulled Up? Exit Exams and dropout Rates in Public High Schools
by Jay P (2004)
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[thumbnail] New York State's Dual Crises: Low Graduation Rates and Rising School Taxes
by Bob Cohen (2004)
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[thumbnail] Senators Put Children First in Budget Fight
by B. Cohen & Albany Times Union (4/11/2006)
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[thumbnail] Alliance for Quality Education
by Edlab (2004)
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[thumbnail] As Governor, Can he Cut Local Taxes?; Suozzi Details How He Would do it, But Experts Note That State Execs Hold Little Sway on Issues
by M. Rothfeld & Newsday (4/12/2006)
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[thumbnail] Testimony of Charles Foster before the Special Referees of Supreme Court of the State of New York
by Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. (10/6/2004)
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[thumbnail] NYSCOSS Critical Issue Bulletin: Ensuring Sound Financial Management in Schools New York State Council of School Superintendents
by P. Edlab (2004)
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[thumbnail] A Giant Step for All Students; State Could Turn a Corner in Higher Education Aid
by C. Banks & New York Teacher (4/13/2006)
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[thumbnail] State Witness Makes Devastating Admissions
by Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. (10/2004)
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[thumbnail] Lobbying Efforts Pay Off in More Than Just a Good Budget
by D. Iannuzzi & New York Teacher (4/13/2006)
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[thumbnail] Testimony of Robert M. Palaich before the Special Referees of Supreme Court of the State of New York
by Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. (10/7/2004)
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[thumbnail] Testimony of John Cape before the Special Referees of Supreme Court of the State of New York
by Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. (10/7/2004)
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[thumbnail] Testimony of Thomas Sobol before the Special Referees of Supreme Court of the State of New York
by T. Sobol (10/13/2004)
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[thumbnail] Mayor and Chancellor Appear before Special Master Panel
by Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. (10/2004)
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