See Kate Breslin’s ‘President’s Corner’ on funding needs for early childhood development
Governor Cuomo released his proposed budget for the 2014-2015 fiscal year on January 21st. Analyzing budget proposals is a big part of what Schuyler’s staff does this time of year. We focus especially on the impacts for New Yorkers living in poverty and let the NYS Legislature know what works and what needs improvement.Wedding Party Dresses Sale
The Governor said in his budget presentation, “We believe in children, we believe in Pre-K, we believe in education, let’s put our money where our mouth is and let’s make it a reality.” With a deep understanding of the critical importance of early childhood development and its long-term effects, we agree with the Governor that now is the time to fulfill the promise of making high quality Pre-K truly universal. New York also needs to recognize that Pre-K is a bridge, from a presently underdeveloped andLong evening dresses under-resourced child care system to a precarious K-12 system and limited afterschool programs. We need to build the bridge and stabilize the shores.