Skip to content

Monthly Archives: June 2015

Ensure formula, funds

The Scranton Times-Tribune: The June 24 Times-Tribune editorial made a strong case for why Pennsylvania urgently needs a fair, predictable formula for funding basic education in our public schools.

Continue Reading »

School spending dominates attention at Capitol

Sharon Herald: School spending dominates attention at the Capitol.

Continue Reading »

Senate panel approves new education funding formula

Allentown Morning Call: A bipartisan effort to make Pennsylvania’s schools more equitable took its first step to becoming law Tuesday when a Senate committee unanimously voted in favor of a new school funding formula.

Continue Reading »

PSBA weighs in on fair education funding campaign

WFMZ-TV:The Pennsylvania School Boards Association participated in a Campaign for Fair Education Funding rally at the state capitol Tuesday.

Continue Reading »

Editorial: Put school cash where needed most

Times-Tribune: Editorial on putting school cash where it’s needed most.

Continue Reading »

Education funding top issue with Pennsylvania voters

Times Shamrock: Education funding remains a top priority among Pennsylvania voters, with the deadline for passing the next state budget less than two weeks away, according to a new statewide poll released Thursday.

Continue Reading »

Hundreds convene in Capitol in support of fair education funding

The Patriot News: Hundreds convene in Capitol in support of fair education funding.

Continue Reading »

Lancaster dad calls on Pa. lawmakers to adopt new school funding formula

LancasterOnline: Lancaster dad calls on Pa. lawmakers to adopt new school funding formula

Continue Reading »

Press Release: Hundreds from Across Pennsylvania Rally in State Capitol for Full and Fair Education Funding

Press Release: Hundreds from Across Pennsylvania Rally in State Capitol for Full and Fair Education Funding

Continue Reading »

Remedy offered; now get to work

The Intelligencer: Remedy offered; now get to work.

Continue Reading »