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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Auditor General DePasquale Says Borrowing by School Districts, IUs Now at Least $431 Million Because of State Budget Impasse

News Release: Auditor General DePasquale Says Borrowing by School Districts, IUs Now at Least $431 Million Because of State Budget Impasse

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Time to level education funding field

The Delaware County Daily Times (editorial): Time to level education funding field

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Campaign asks Governor, General Assembly to make students a top priority in budget negotiations

The Campaign for Fair Education Funding today submitted a formal request to Gov. Tom Wolf and members of the General Assembly, urging them to promptly reach a budget agreement that enacts the funding formula adopted by the state Basic Education Funding Commission (BEFC) and increases basic education funding by at least $410 million.

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CFEF Letter to Legislators: A Budget Agreement that Puts Students First

To the Governor and Members of the General Assembly

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State Senator Farnese engaged with residents at Center City Town Hall

Philadelphia Free Press: State Senator Farnese engaged with residents at Center City Town Hall

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Apocalypse Now: Budget Impasse Leaves Broke Pennsylvania Schools Weeks Away from Shutting Down

The774million.org: Budget impasse leaves broke Pennsylvania schools weeks away from shutting down.

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Show explores how state funding affects schools

Centre Daily Times: Show explores how state funding affects schools

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Fair funding campaign analyzes Pa. budget proposals

The Notebook: Fair funding campaign analyzes Pa. budget proposals

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Budget Vote Could Shape Pennsylvania Education for Years

Public News Service PA: Budget Vote Could Shape Pennsylvania Education for Years

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Issue of funding for schools put on the stage

The Reading Eagle: Issue of funding for schools put on the stage

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