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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Increase in education funding will not balance budgets in NEPA

Scranton Times-Tribune: Increase in education funding will not balance budgets in NEPA.

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Erie schools get help from Harrisburg

GoErie.com: Erie schools get help from Harrisburg.

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Wolf’s proposed $100 million boost to Pa. education welcome but not enough, some say

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Wolf’s proposed $100 million boost to Pa. education welcome but not enough, some say.

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Here’s what the folks who control things – advocates and lobbyists – have to say about the #PaBudget

PennLive: “We appreciate the Governor’s continuing commitment to our public schools. The Governor’s proposed increase of $100 million for public schools, driven out through the state’s fair funding formula, is a welcome investment in a difficult budget year, and it remains important to recognize that we need even greater increases going forward to support all […]

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Educators, advocates cheer Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget

Reading Eagle: Educators, advocates cheer Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget.

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Wolf calls education ‘first priority’ in budget, boosts funding by $209 million

Allentown Morning Call: Wolf calls education ‘first priority’ in budget, boosts funding by $209 million.

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Local schools pleased – mostly with Wolf’s budget proposal

Philadelphia Inquirer: Local schools pleased – mostly with Wolf’s budget proposal.

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Cambria County educators want fair funding

Wearecentralpa.com: Cambria County educators want fair funding.

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Plan to eliminate property taxes gives Lehigh Valley school officials nightmares

Allentown Morning Call: Plan to eliminate property taxes gives Lehigh Valley school officials nightmares.

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PA schools struggling to get funding

PAhomepage.com: PA schools struggling to get funding.

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