Capital Region School Spending Plans Prioritize Student Needs, Sustainability

Strategic funding helps meet students’ academic, social and emotional needs The superintendents of the Capital Region BOCES area, who represent approximately 80,000 students in Albany, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie counties have produced the following statement about prioritizing student needs and sustainability in spending plans. Federal coronavirus relief aid and the 2021-22 increase in state Foundation Aid …

Donation Powers Auto Trades Program Into 21st Century

Donation, resources to fuel creation of curriculum on repair and maintenance of electric and hybrid vehicles With New York State Education Commissioner Betty Rosa and Chancellor Dr. Lester Young on hand, officials with the New York Power Authority helped propel our Automotive Trades Technology program into the 21st Century. A 2013 Ford Fusion hybrid vehicle, …

Program Helps Students Build Life and Work-Ready Skills

This year, our long-running Work-Based Learning (WBL) program for 18- to 21-year-olds has a new home—in the heart of the BOCES administrative offices. Here, students meet daily for classroom-based learning relevant to a work-based curriculum. They are also providing support for the BOCES teams—from organizing paper recycling to assisting with inventory and distribution of needed …

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