NY - State Summer School of the Arts
A brief titled "Arts Program Sees Smaller Cuts" in The New York Times reports that the New York State Summer School of the Arts, New York's governor's school program, will be affected by a funding cut of only 10% rather than the originally-reported 50% cut that would have resulted in cutting several of the school's programs. The 10% cut will reduce the number of students served by about 100.
That’s a much smaller reduction than had been feared, but it will
require the school, which is financed partly by the state and partly
through tuition, to reduce the number of students this year by 100, to
about 425, according to Jeremy Johannesen,
the executive director of the nonprofit New York State Alliance for
Arts Education, which works closely with the summer school.