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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Districts push case for more state education funding

Delaware County News Network:  Districts push case for more state education funding.

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EDITORIAL: Courts will decide fate of school funding inequity

Daily Local: Courts will decide fate of school funding inequity.

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Editorial: One battle won in education funding; the war goes on

Delco Daily Times: One battle won in education funding; the war goes on

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Delco schools celebrate Pa. Supreme Court victory

6ABC: Delco schools celebrate Pa. Supreme Court victory.

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Pa. public school advocates meet in Delco, joyous to get their day in court

WHYY: Pa. public school advocates meet in Delco, joyous to get their day in court.

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Districts push case for more state education funding

Delco Times: Districts push case for more state education funding.

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Pa. ranks nearly last in nation for well-being of its Latino, black kids, report says

Philadelphia Inquirer: Pa. ranks nearly last in nation for well-being of its Latino, black kids, report says.

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Black students continue to lag, study says

Philadelphia Tribune: Black students continue to lag, study says.

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Report Shows Wide Disparities in Opportunities for PA Kids

Public News Service: Joan Benso, president and chief executive of Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children, pointed to what she called the state’s broken school-funding system as a major factor in the differences.

“The disparities for children that are English-language learners and often low-income, as well as the disparities of children who are African-American and tend to be […]

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Poverty and limited educational opportunities put immigrant and minority children at a disadvantage

PennLive: “Pennsylvania and the nation have some work to do to get all kids on a path to success and ensure all children live in economically successful families, reside in supportive communities and meet developmental, health and educational milestones,” said Joan Benso, president and CEO of Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children.

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