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Organizations Approved by Referees to Participate as Amici Curiae

1. After-School Corporation, The
2. Alliance for Quality Education read brief (pdf)
3. American Jewish Committee, The read brief (pdf)
4. Child Care Inc. and Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy read brief (pdf)
5. Citizens Budget Commission read brief (pdf)
6. *City of New York
7. Council of the City of New York, The read brief (pdf)
8. Council of the Great City Schools read brief (pdf)
9. Duncombe, William -&- Yinger, John (professors at Syracuse University) read brief (pdf)
10. Educational Priorities Panel read brief (pdf)
11. Interfaith Working Group for Quality Education, The read brief (pdf)
12. League of Women Voters of the State of NY, The read brief (pdf)>>
13. Midstate School Finance Consortium read brief (pdf)
14. New York Charter Schools Association read brief (pdf)>>
15. New York Civil Liberties Union read brief (pdf)
16. *New York State Board of Regents read brief (pdf)
17. New York State Council of School Superintendents read brief (pdf)
18. New York State School Boards Association read brief (pdf)
19. New Yorkers for Smaller Classes read brief (pdf)
20. Public Education Needs Civic Involevement in Learning (PENCIL)
21. *United Federation of Teachers, The read brief (pdf)


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*Amicus status was granted on August 16, 2004. All other organizations were approved as amici on September 9, 2004.

September 22, 2004




Parents from across the state march on the Capitol in Albany to show support for CFE.
CFE Litigation CFE v. State of New York
In 2006, after 13 years in the Courts, the New York State Court of Appeals affirmed the right of every public school student in New York to the opportunity for a sound basic education and the state’s responsibility to adequately fund this right, but deferred to the Governor and the Legislature to determine the appropriate amount. more >