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While many of our schools and teachers are outstanding examples of excellence in education, New York State Exposed: Education shines a light where the system is failing our children. We know a failure in education costs our community in crime, poverty, and wasted tax dollars. But more importantly, it steals the hope and potential from our children. Education impacts everyone - this is why we produce the series New York State Exposed: Education.
New York lawmakers looking at a potential pay raise

New York lawmakers looking at a potential pay raise


New York State Exposed Education: Will new information requirements lead to more accountability or higher costs?

New York State Exposed Education: Will new information requirements lead to more accountability or higher costs?


New York State Exposed Education: Pittsford schools get full-day kindergarten with help from taxpayers

NYS Exposed Education: Local students missing out on full day kindergarten

New federal testing plan could sap property values

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Controversial state tests could impact student & schools

Opting out students will count as failing tests…


NYS Exposed Education: Lawsuit filed over teacher certification change for charters

Last week, in our New York State Exposed report, the Board of Regents warned that a lawsuit was coming after SUNY approved the rule change allowing some charter school to side-step the state's teacher certification process...


NYS Exposed Education: State allows charter schools to certify their teachers

It's a plan that will allow certain public schools to certify their own teachers... But critics say parents should be concerned that it could lead to unqualified teachers in our children's classrooms...


NYS Exposed: Finding teachers difficult amid NY shortage of qualified applicants

In a statewide trend, New York has fewer active teachers and a dwindling pool of potential college candidates...


NYS Exposed: Most students miss out on free-tuition program

Seventy-five thousand students in New York State applied for the new Excelsior Scholarship, a majority of them will not qualify...


NYS Exposed: State invests in college for prisoners

It's a controversial program that allows criminals serving time in state prisons to get a college degree and it got a boost this week with the help of some state funding...


NYS Exposed: Lawmakers say rural schools are getting short end of the stick

State lawmakers and education advocates say it’s time for New York to more fairly support its rural schools...


NYS Exposed Education: Take the Test special

We have compiled 10 ideas that could possibly help turn around our struggling city schools...


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