New York City’s K-12 Education System
Inception of Mayoral Control of School: 2002
The introduction of mayoral control has helped to close the achievement gap between New York City students and their peers in other public schools across the state.
Dashboard: Key Economic Indicators of NYC
The Partnership is tracking the status of the city’s economic well-being and livability.
Economic Impacts of the MTA’s Capital Investment Strategy
Corporate Social Responsibility: The Case for Collaboration in New York City
The following document, produced with the help of Oliver Wyman, identifies areas where Partnership members can work together to expand educational and economic opportunities for all New York City residents.
Are More Taxes the Answer?
New York Metro is the highest taxed global commercial center in the world.
4 Ways Albany Can Support Transportation Infrastructure in 2018
New York’s aging transportation infrastructure needs $100 billion+ in modernization, service improvements and expansion.
What the Tax Plan Means for New Yorkers
$100 Billion Cost of Traffic Congestion in Metro New York
January 17, 2018
Traffic congestion will be a $100 billion drag on the New York metro area economy over the next five years unless something is done to discourage cars and trucks from crowding the streets and highways of the region during the busiest times of the day.
Global Business, Local Benefit: Foreign Contributions to the New York Economy
Loss of Deductibility Hurts States that Contribute Most to U.S. Economy & Treasury
September 12, 2017
New York City’s tax revenue contribution to the federal government is $56.1 billion more than it receives in federal grants and other support.
New York’s Next Big Industry: Commercial Life Sciences
Targeted public and private investment can double the jobs and economic output of the state’s life sciences industry over the next decade.
New York’s Tax Problem
February 9, 2017
New York’s top personal income rates are higher than domestic and international competitors.
Clear for Takeoff: A Better Future for New York Metro Airports
January 27, 2017
How New York City employers and business travelers rely on local airports/air travel, and what improvements could make travel more efficient