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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Pa’s school funding crisis has no winners, but a few heroes: Nathan Mains

PennLive: Pa’s school funding crisis has no winners, but a few heroes: Nathan Mains.

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Education Secretary: There is always concern another budget impasse may be in the offing

Carlisle Sentinel: Education Secretary: There is always concern another budget impasse may be in the offing.

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School funding, borrowing trigger Wolf veto of spending bill

AP: School funding, borrowing trigger Wolf veto of spending bill.

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Local educators say budget deal does not solve long term problems

Scranton Times-Tribune: Local educators say budget deal does not solve long term problems.

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Local legislators, school officials respond to budget

Republican Herald: Local legislators, school officials respond to budget.

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Pa. budget does little to help schools

York Daily Record: Pa. budget does little to help schools.

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Editorial: Public schools shouldn’t have to beg for money

Philadelphia Inquirer: Editorial: Public schools shouldn’t have to beg for money.

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Even with full budget, uncertainty continues for school districts

Lancaster Online: Even with full budget, uncertainty continues for school districts.

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Press Release: Campaign statement on Gov. Wolf’s 2015-16 budget announcement

HARRISBURG – The Campaign for Fair Education Funding released the following statement in response to Gov. Wolf’s 2015-16 budget announcement today:

“The 2015-16 budget that the governor is allowing to become law will permit schools that have been pushed to the brink by the budget impasse to remain open and their students to complete this academic […]

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Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf will let state budget closure package take effect without his signature

PennLive: Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf will let state budget closure package take effect without his signature.

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