Public Hearing: The Regents Reform Agenda: “Assessing” Our Progress

By | October 8, 2013

On Tuesday, September 17th, 2013, between 10:00am – 2:00pm Senator John Flanagan held a very informative hearing on education. The goal of the hearings was to assess the progress of current education reform in the state of New York and it’s impact on our schools. Below the video, you find the written statements from each participant. Their testimony is only a brief summary of their written statements.


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The full testimony of each participant can be found here:

application/pdf iconNew York State Education Department

application/pdf iconNew York State Board of Regents – Regent Roger Tilles

application/pdf iconJeanette Deutermann, Parent from Bellmore, New York

application/pdf iconMarianne Adrian, Parent from Levittown, New York

application/pdf iconNew York State United Teachers – Nadia Resnikoff

application/pdf iconRobert Vecchio, Board of Education President, William Floyd Union Free School District

application/pdf iconJames Gounaris, Board of Education President, Herricks Union Free School District

application/pdf iconDr. Donald James, Commack Union Free School District Superintendent

application/pdf iconDr. Tom Rogers, Nassau BOCES

application/pdf iconJohn Hogan, West Hempstead Union Free School District Superintendent

application/pdf iconClaudine DiMuzio, Elementary Principal/Facilitator of Hauppauge Parent Advocacy Group

application/pdf iconMichelle Marino, Principal, Southdown Primary, Huntington Union Free School District

application/pdf iconJohn Nocero, Council of Administrators & Supervisors

application/pdf iconArnold Dodge, Professor, CW Post, LIU, Chairperson of the Department of Educational Leadership and Administration

application/pdf iconLisa Rudley, Autism Action Network

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