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Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Data Are Damning: How Race Influences School Funding

The Atlantic: The Data Are Damning: How Race Influences School Funding

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Auditor General DePasquale Says School Districts, IUs Have Borrowed More than $346 Million Because of State Budget Impasse

Auditor General DePasquale Says School Districts, IUs Have Borrowed More than $346 Million Because of State Budget Impasse. Read more.

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Guest Editorial: Lawmakers must put up on education funding

The Carlisle Sentinel: Lawmakers must put up on education funding.

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Local Leaders Show Off Acting Skills to Highlight School Funding in PA

CBS3:Local leaders joined the cast of the drama School Play at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre Wednesday evening in an effort to highlight school funding.

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Helping students with emotional needs is money well-spent

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: A fully funded formula for basic education dollars will direct resources to the students who need them most and give educators the tools to support the students.

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William Penn residents complain about state education funding

The Delaware County Daily Times: William Penn residents complain about state education funding.

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Seeking a better way to fund Pennsylvania schools

The Reading Eagle: As Ian Gavigan sees it, many of Pennsylvania’s public education challenges can be traced to a simple paradox: The students and communities that need the most resources are often those with the fewest.

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Wolf, lawmakers need to know that Pa. schools are in crisis without a budget: As We See It

The Patriot-News: Wolf, lawmakers need to know that Pa. schools are in crisis without a budget.

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Local school officials seeing immediate, potential long-term impact from state budget stalemate

The Reporter: Local school officials seeing immediate, potential long-term impact from state budget stalemate.

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Local school officials seeing immediate, potential long-term impact from state budget stalemate

The Mercury: Local school officials seeing immediate, potential long-term impact from state budget stalemate.

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