New Yorkers for Students’ Educational Rights (NYSER) 

is a statewide coalition of parents, concerned citizens and community groups, advocacy organizations, and school boards that seeks to ensure the opportunity for a sound basic education for all students attending public schools in New York State through policy analysis, advocacy, and legal action. 

Learn about the new lawsuit seeking fair funding for all New York schools

Recent Developments

"The Central Crisis of New York Education"

A recent editorial in the New York Times explicitly draws attention the root inequalities of New York public education that NYSER has been working to illuminate and remedy. It challenges Governor Cuomo to "move beyond peripheral concerns and political score-settling with the state teachers’ union," and  confront and propose remedies for the "inequality in school funding that prevents many poor districts from lifting their children up to state standards."

Read the editorial here.

New Yorkers for Students' Educational Rights