Study pinpoints cost of basic education in NYC

02/5/2004 | NYTimes.com

A first-of-its kind study by the American Institutes for Research and Management Analysis and Planning says an extra $4 billion a year would be needed to provide every child in New York City the opportunity to earn a Regents high school diploma. The data is expected to ultimately shape a debate in the state legislature over how the state can meet a court order mandating a "sound basic education" be provided to every child.

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