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.  

Blind, Deaf & Physically Disabled Students Visit Albany

Schools Seek Share of State Aid Increase and Access to Technology Funding Albany – Students, educators and administrators representing 11 state-supported schools serving deaf, blind and severely physically disabled students will visit Albany on Tuesday, March 11, to urge lawmakers…

The power of telling a story using video

The power of images on social media is strong, and video content is in many ways an extension of that visual power. Paul Larrabee at Corning Place Communications has taken note. While at a recent Public Relations Society of America…

Association Representing NY’s Special Education Schools Announces New Website

The 4201 Schools Association, which represents 11 state-supported schools for deaf, blind and physically disabled students, has published a new website. The platform, www.4201Schools.org, is designed to more effectively communicate the schools’ services and value to the association’s constituents, including…

NY Institute for Special Education Gets a Visit from Santa

Students from the New York Institute for Special Education on Dec. 16 received a surprise visit from State Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj and a jolly visitor from the North Pole. Sincere thanks to Assemblyman Gjonaj, The Rotary Club, the Italian American…