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News & Announcements

Dr. Jeremy Tiegerman Interview

Dr. Jeremy Tiegerman was interviewed by Tommy D. of Philanthropy in Phocus regarding the Tiegerman School (Click Read Full Story to view)

Parity Bill Update

I received rather disturbing information this afternoon concerning the fact that the Division of the Budget will advocate aggressively against our parity bill. We must fight harder. Attached is a letter for your friends and family to sign.

No Parity. No Peace.

It is time to mobilize our campaign to Governor Cuomo concerning the two legislative bills that were just passed.  These two bills directly affect the salaries, programs and services in non-public schools statewide - preschool and school age programs.  This means that thousands of children, tens of thousands of children including each and every child attending Tiegerman has been affected over the years by lower salaries and fewer services.

Longtime supporter, Joseph R. Ficalora has joined the Tiegerman Board of Directors

Mr. Ficalora’s long standing support of Tiegerman, which spans decades, has been integral to enabling Tiegerman to fulfill an important role in our community. Tiegerman is honored to welcome Mr. Ficalora to the Board. His dedication to our mission and his overwhelmingly inspiring body of experience will help guide Tiegerman into the future.

State funding for special education providers in limbo

We want to make you aware that as the state budget is finalized, there has not been an increase in special education funding in years. Public Schools continue to receive funding year after year, while programs like ours get left in the dust. Please click on the link below to see one of our very own families advocate for this unfair treatment. No Parity No Peace!

Tiegerman's Gala Goes Virtual!

You are cordially invited to attend Tiegerman's Stronger Together Gala: Celebrating Our Heroes from the comfort of your own home on March 25th!
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