PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDING IN NEW YORK STATE: INSUFFICIENCY AND INEQUALITYThe DRC urges restoration of $5.9B over four years to school districts through a combination of adding money to Foundation Aid and elimination of the Gap Educational Assessment (GEA). It further requests that the School Funding Formula (SFF) be adjusted to accurately reflect the disparities in the Combined Wealth Ratios (CWR) of our School Districts. The DRC has a particular interest in rural school districts, many of which are “high - need” entities.
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The #BlueTsunami won’t come to New York unless we make some waves! We’ve all heard about what a good year it looks like it’s going to be for Democrats, but that’s not just going to happen by itself. It’s not … Continue reading
Congressional races in DRC territory will include some of the most important in the nation, when it comes to taking back the House this fall. Please, help your local Democratic congressional candidate however you can, but you might also consider … Continue reading
Many thanks to Dennis B. Laughlin for the great photos!
We’re pleased to publish the winter edition of our DRC Bulletin from Lorie Longhany, Editor. Many thanks to Lorie for her continued effort in bringing us important DRC news.
New York State Senate Democratic Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins at the 2017 New York State Democratic Rural Conference Annual Conference
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo at the 2017 New York State Democratic Rural Conference Annual Conference
New York State Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul at the 2017 New York State Democratic Rural Conference Annual Conference
New York State Tom DiNapoli at the 2017 New York State Democratic Rural Conference Annual Conference
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand at the 2017 New York State Democratic Rural Conference Annual Conference
Welcome to the Democratic Rural Conference (DRC) website! The DRC was organized in 1996 to support upstate rural New York elect Democratic candidates at all levels of government through uniting our individual counties as a single force. Our motto was … Continue reading