Advocacy Update: 2019 NYS School Funding Transparency Form Released
July 10, 2019
Last year, a new mandate was enacted that requires school districts to annually submit to the State Education Department and the Division of the Budget a report on the building by building allocations for each school in the district for the upcoming school budget year. The 2019 form is now available.
In 2019, districts with four or more schools will be required to complete and submit the New York State School Funding Transparency Form. A list of the 306 districts required to report this year, as well as the form and guidance on the form can be found at the links below.
Districts that reported in 2018 should note that the report is now in an online format, rather than the excel-based report that was submitted last year.
Districts required to report this year must complete and submit the report to the Division of the Budget and the State Education Department by the Friday prior to Labor Day, August 30, 2019, at 5:30 pm.
- New York State School Funding Transparency Form
- New York State School Funding Transparency Form Guidance
- Districts Required to Report in 2019
Districts are invited to submit questions regarding the form, the submission timeline, the guidance document, the State's review process, or any other aspects of Education Law §3614 to email@example.com by July 24, 2019 at 5:30 pm. Answers to districts' frequently asked questions will be prepared and released to the public on August 7, 2019.
NYSSBA Resolutions Deadline
The deadline to submit proposed resolutions and bylaw amendments is fast approaching. Districts wishing to submit a resolution or bylaw amendment can use the 2019 Resolution Kit, linked below, as a guide and resource.
All proposed resolutions and bylaw amendments must be received at NYSSBA headquarters no later than 5pm on Friday, July 19, 2019. Information on other key dates, as well as the results of the 2019 Resolutions Survey, is included in the kit. Please consider reviewing this information with your colleagues at your next board meeting and consider submitting resolutions of importance to your board.
If you have any questions about the resolutions process or the survey, you should also feel free to reach out to NYSSBA staff at any time. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Danielle Grasso at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-783-3734.
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