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Pataki Offers Tough Budget Plan

Governor Pataki chose deep spending cuts over broad based tax hikes in his plan to close a combined budget gap of $11.5 billion. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article
Governor Pataki unveils his 2003-2004 Budget. File photo.
Governor Pataki unveils his 2003-2004 Budget. File photo.

Governor's ?No Tax Increase? Budget Hikes Taxes By $1.4 Billion

Governor George Pataki says his budget will avoid "job-killing" tax increases. But critics of the spending plan say it's filled with hidden taxes and fee hikes that could total one and a half billion dollars. As Brian Mann reports, the spending plan could also force school districts to raise property taxes.  Go to full article

Opinion: Budget Cuts Would ?Devastate? North Country Schools

A converation with Massena Superintendent Douglas Huntley, who says the Governor's proposed 1.2 billion dollar cut in public school funding would mean teacher lay-offs and higher property taxes.  Go to full article

Schools Lobby Against Proposed Funding Cuts

A plan by the Bush administration to cut funding for vocational programs is prompting local school officials to start lobbying against the measure. The $1.2 billion Carl Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Program is expected to be cut from the 2004 federal budget.  Go to full article

Schools Lobby Against Proposed Funding Cuts

A plan by the Bush administration to cut funding for vocational programs is prompting local school officials to start lobbying against the measure. The $1.2 billion Carl Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Program is expected to be cut from the 2004 federal budget.  Go to full article

Regents Say State Needs to Spend More Money on Education

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

Regents Say State Needs to Spend More Money on Education

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

How Much Should New York State Spend on School Students?

The group that's suing the state over inequitable school-aid funding has now commissioned a study to find out just how much New York state should be spending on every school child in the state. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

Superintendents to Colleges: Disregard Physics Regents Score

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

Superintendents to Colleges: Disregard Physics Regents Score

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

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