SCHUYLER CENTER’S LAST LOOK AT THE NEW YORK STATE 2021-22 BUDGET
In the first week of April 2021, the New York State Legislature and Governor reached agreement on the 2021-22 New York State Budget. The final 2021-22 New York State Budget contains some extraordinary investments in New York State children and families. We remain concerned, however, about families left behind and essential services that again see inadequate investment as they did last year (and many years prior). Schuyler Center’s Last Look is our assessment of the enacted State budget and how it advances priorities that improve the health and well-being of all New Yorkers, especially children and families living in poverty.
You can also read Schuyler Center’s Next Look at the NYS 2021-22 Budget: Senate and Assembly One-House Budget Proposals as they Intersect with Schuyler Center’s Most Urgent Budget Priorities, released in March 2021. In February, the Schuyler Center shared its First Look at Governor Cuomo’s 2021-22 Executive Budget with our assessment of how it advances policies that improve the health and well-being of all New Yorkers, especially low-income children and families.