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Council on Costing Out

The Council on Costing Out (CCO) provided advice to the expert panel that determined the cost of providing a sound basic education to all students in New York. The CCO also organized public engagement forums throughout the state to promote input from parents, teachers, business leaders, taxpayers and other citizens in the costing out process. Members of the CCO do not neccesarily agree with the final report of the expert panel or with any positions that have been or will be taken by CFE or NYSSBA.

Advocates for Children of New York, Inc.
Alliance for Quality Education
Americans for Democratic Action - NYC
ASPIRA of New York, Inc.
Business Council of New York State
Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.
Citizen Action of New York
Class Size Matters Campaign
Coalition for Asian American Children & Families
Education Fund for Greater Buffalo
Fiscal Policy Institute
Goddard Riverside Community Center
Healthy Schools Network
Hispanic Federation of New York
League of Women Voters of New York State
Midstate School Finance Consortium
National Center for Schools and Communities
National Education Association of New York
New Visions for Public Schools
New York Immigration Coalition
New York State Association of School Business Officials
New York State Association of Small City School Districts
New York State Council of School Superintendents
New York State School Boards Association
New York State Parent Teacher Association
New York State United Teachers
NYU Institute for Education & Social Policy
P.E.N.C.I.L.
R.E.F.I.T.
Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc.
Rural Schools Program
Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy
Statewide Youth
Teachers Network
United Parents Associations of New York City


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 >