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Governor Cuomo Announces $25 Million To Expand Pre-K In Communities With High Student Needs

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York State has been awarded approximately $25 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education to support pre-k programs in New York City, Yonkers, Uniondale, Indian River and Port Chester.

GOVERNOR CUOMO RECEIVES FINAL REPORT OF SMART SCHOOLS COMMISSION

Findings advise New York school districts on prospective use of $2B Smart Schools Bond Act

Students with Disabilities: Another tale of two cities

Mayor Bill de Blasio was swept into office under a tale of two cities banner that dramatically highlighted how New York has become divided by class. But there is another kind of class division....

LAW FIRM GERSTMAN SCHWARTZ LEADING THE WAY IN EDUCATION LAW FOR SPECIAL NEEDS COMMUNITY

Due to the overwhelming demand of parents in crisis across the region, Gerstman Schwartz, LLP, a premier New York special education law firm, with expertise in advocating, mediating and litigating on behalf of children with special education needs and their families, is expanding their special education law practice through their New York and Long Island offices.

Brad Gerstman Calls for Legislative Investigation of NYC Education System

Special Needs Advocate Brad Gerstman, Partner at Gotham Government Relations & Communication, is outraged by the lack of leadership and accountability of New York City officials that are putting special education children last on their list of priorities.