Fixing New York’s State Education Aid Dinosaur: A Proposal
By: John Yinger, Center for Policy Research
Published: 01/2001
Uploaded: 08/11/2017
Uploaded by: Pocket Masters
Pockets: Educational Accountability, New York State School Finance Reform Archive
Tags: AID, Education

Description/Abstract: This policy brief proposes a new formula for distributing education aid in New York State, a formula designed to direct aid to the districts that, through no fault of their own, are in the greatest need of assistance. High-need districts are those with high educational costs or low property wealth. The formula will bring all school districts up to an adequate performance defined with reference to the new Regents graduation standards. This policy brief also explores various ways to share the cost of this program between school districts and the state.