During January and February, CNYSBA has been holding a series of Legislative Forums for our member BOCES districts including opportunities to ask questions of our local legislators. Events also include a presentation by Dr. Rick Timbs, including data worksheets customized for each district.  Get the 2021 Legislative Forum Data and Videos Here.

In an effort to keep our school leaders informed in this fast-changing environment we are experiencing amidst this COVID-19 pandemic, we are posting important resource links and updates as they become available. Go to CNYSBA Coronavirus Resource Page

Pathways to Careers – Video of Zoom meeting available for viewing! On May 14, 2020, regional leaders gathered to continue last year’s discussion on the future of career opportunities for our students.

 

 

 

School Aid projections have been published as part of the 2020/21 executive state budget proposed by the Governor. Dr. Rick Timbs from the Statewide School Finance Consortium is currently undertaking a thorough assessment of the proposal, which will be posted as soon as it is completed. Go to budget information

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• To serve the people responsible for governing our public schools, enabling them to perform effectively in their complex and challenging role.
• To speak with one voice to address issues of regional impact.
• To inform school board members about contemporary issues affecting public education and the operation of public schools.
• To provide forums where school board members can learn from one another.
• To mobilize school board members to effectively influence those outside the schools who also share responsibility for educating our children.

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