Assemblyman Phil Ramos is keeping his promise—and delivering for local schools

“Securing our fair share of state education dollars has always been my top priority. This funding is an investment in the future, and I won’t stop fighting until every child receives the best education possible.”

—Phil Ramos

Assemblyman Philip Ramos
1010 Suffolk Avenue • Brentwood, NY 11717
Ramos delivers for local schools

As a member of the Assembly Education Committee, Phil Ramos fought for a state budget that delivered for our children’s schools. Ramos:

  • Secured nearly $13 million more than the governor proposed for local schools this year alone

  • Rejected the proposed cuts to the BOCES program

  • Restored the funding needed for schools to conduct criminal background checks on prospective employees to keep our schools safe

Making education a top priority

Ramos fought to deliver important funding for educational initiatives. He has:

  • Secured $1 million for the Long Island Educational Opportunity Center ATTAIN Lab project in Brentwood to help residents prepare for successful careers

  • Secured more than $500,000 for local groups and projects, including after-school programs, libraries and playgrounds