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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Pa. Supreme Court opens door to school funding overhaul

Philadelphia Inquirer: Pa. Supreme Court opens door to school funding overhaul.

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Should teachers pay for classroom supplies?

Intelligencer: Should teachers pay for classroom supplies?

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Fair funding advocates decry Pa. leaders for playing politics with specialty school money

Newsworks: Fair funding advocates decry Pa. leaders for playing politics with specialty school money.

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Berks County schools anxiously await state spending plan

Reading Eagle: Berks County schools anxiously await state spending plan.

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Public school teachers shouldn’t have to pay out of pocket for classroom supplies

Lancaster Online: In 2016, Pennsylvania teachers on average spent $427 of their own money for classroom supplies, decorations and basic items for their students, according to Scholastic’s most recent Teacher & Principal School Report. Nationally, teachers on average spent $530, the report stated.

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Erie schools funding at risk in budget twist

Erie Times-News: As the General Assembly reconvenes on Monday, the Erie School District will be among those groups focused on the outcome of the long-delayed state budget talks.

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Area school districts not feeling state budget strain –– yet

Bradford Era: Area school districts not feeling state budget strain –– yet.

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