$2 Billion Smart Schools Bond Act Referendum November 4, 2014 – Proposal #3
In January 2014, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo called for New York State to invest $2 billion in its schools through a Smart Schools Bond Act that will build out schools and classrooms for the 21st Century to ensure that our students graduate with the skills they need to thrive in the economy of today and tomorrow.
School District Allocations
See how much funding your school district will be eligible for should the Smart Schools Bond Act be approved.
Note: If approved, school district allocations of the bond proceeds shall be the product of $2,000,000,000 multiplied by the quotient of such school district’s selected school aid divided by the total selected school aid to all school districts.
Smart Schools Commission
Under the leadership of Governor Cuomo, the Smart Schools Commission will lead a research effort into best practices into technology-enabled education and broadband connectivity efforts. In preparation for the Commission’s final report that will be developed in Fall 2014, we will invite local and national experts to present best practices for the Commission’s consideration over the coming months at public symposiums and Commission meetings.
- Press Release: Governor Cuomo Announces Smart Schools Commission Hosts Third Public Symposium
- Press Release: Governor Cuomo Announces Smart Schools Commission Hosts Second Public Symposium
- Press Release: Governor Cuomo Announces Smart Schools Commission Hosts First Public Symposium
- Press Release: Governor Cuomo Announces Members of the Smart Schools Commission