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Monthly Archives: July 2016

School leaders lose confidence in getting help from lawmakers as funding squeezed

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: School leaders lose confidence in getting help from lawmakers as funding squeezed

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Gov. Tom Wolf acts to protect bipartisan budget, but raises new questions in the process

Patriot News:  Gov. Tom Wolf acts to protect bipartisan budget, but raises new questions in the process

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Rose Tree Media hikes taxes 2.4 percent in new budget

Delaware County Daily Times: Rose Tree Media hikes taxes 2.4 percent in new budget.

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Education cuts prison costs

Scranton Times-Tribune: Education cuts prison costs.

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Taxpayers feel stalemate pain

Times Tribune: Taxpayers feel stalemate pain.

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State budget increase still leaves Pottstown among most under-funded schools

Pottstown Mercury: State budget increase still leaves Pottstown among most under-funded schools.

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A closer look at school funding (Letter to the Editor)

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: A closer look at school funding (Letter to the Editor)

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Press Release: Campaign for Fair Education Funding statement on final passage of 2016-17 state budget

HARRISBURG – The Campaign for Fair Education Funding released the following statement in response to final passage of the proposed state budget for the 2016-’17 fiscal year:

“The increase of $200 million for basic education in the budget is a crucial investment in our public schools. We appreciate the work of the Governor and the General […]

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Examining how PA’s new education funding formula impacts students

90.5 WESA: Examining how PA’s new education funding formula impacts students.

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Your school property taxes are probably rising again. Here’s how much – and why

Philadelphia Inquirer: Your school property taxes are probably rising again. Here’s how much – and why.

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