The Legislative Committee for the Suffolk County Council of School Superintendents has delivered a letter to our local elected representatives in the State Senate and Assembly. Important concerns such as funding, support for English Language Learners, Unfunded Mandates, and other issues were addressed in the letter.
Dr. Ken Bossert, Superintendent of Schools, is a member of the committee that drafted the letter. “It’s important for all stakeholders to have a voice in the reform process,” said Dr. Bossert. "The SCSSA firmly believes that educators need to be the primary voice in shaping educational reform, with parents and community members learning about critical issues and advocating for positions that support high-quality instruction and financial stability in local communities."
The letter can be read here