Dec 17, 2013 — BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) A Board of Regents subcommittee has voted to recommend a $1.3 billion increase in state aid for New York schools next year, along with fairer funding for high-needs districts and bigger investments in universal pre-kindergarten programs and teacher training.
The recommendations announced Monday are expected to be approved by the full board and sent to the state Legislature. Go to full article
Sep 12, 2003 — Two high school physics teachers who spoke before the State Board of Regents say if the state physicis exams are not changed, many physics teachers will begin boycotting the tests. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Jun 25, 2003 — The state education commissioner says that high school seniors who failed the Regents math exam can graduate anyway. Commissioner Richard Mills says mistakes were made in a exam that had a failure rate of as high as 90% in some schools. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Dec 16, 2002 — The state board of regents says that despite the state's fiscal problems, New York needs to spend half a billion dollars more on its school children next year. Karen Dewitt reports. Go to full article
Nov 08, 2002 — School superintendents across the state are sending letters with their students' College applications, asking admissions officers to ignore a test result. Jody Tosti has more on the story. Go to full article