SMSD students are Girls on the Run in Buffalo

ALLEGANY — Cathern Foster’s daughter Emma is just like most other preteen middle school girls. “Eleven and a half going on 16,” said her mom. “She’s a very bright little girl, and she lets her needs be known.” Click here to…

Smart Schools are for ALL Schools

View a message from John Kemp, president & CEO of The Viscardi Center, appealing to the governor and Legislature to include schools serving blind, deaf and severely physically disabled students in the state’s proposed $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act.…

4201 Schools Association Members Attend CEASD Conference

Editor’s Note: The 2014 Conference of Educational Administrators of Schools and Programs for the Deaf (CEASD), held its annual international meeting and conference in Indianapolis April 25 to 28. Members of New York’s 4201 Schools Association attended, receiving awards and…

Educators Stood Up For Students at Education Hearing

Albany – Educators representing 11 state-supported schools serving deaf, blind and severely physically disabled students will testify before a joint legislative committee charged with reviewing Gov. Cuomo’s proposed funding and recommending state school aid for elementary and secondary education.

Please Support Fair Funding For All!

The 4201 Schools Association asks the governor and the Legislature to support a 3.8-percent funding increase to schools serving the state’s deaf, blind and severely physically disabled students.