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Category Archives: South Central

HASD notes funding disparity

Standard-Speaker: The School District of Lancaster has 187 more students than Hazleton Area School District, yet it receives $24 million more in state funding.

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York County districts would get $3.6M boost under Wolf budget plan

York Dispatch: York County school districts would see a $3.6 million boost in basic education funding under Gov. Tom Wolf’s recently released budget proposal.

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Lancaster County schools receive $3.4M boost in basic education funding under Wolf’s proposed budget

Lancaster Online: Lancaster County schools receive $3.4M boost in basic education funding under Wolf’s proposed budget.

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Our workforce skills gap

Chambersburg Public Opinion: Boosting access to high quality pre-K and investing more long-term state funding through PA’s fair education funding formula will address these inequities and help to close the skills gap ensuring a brighter economic future for all.

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Lebanon Schools preliminary budget would raise taxes

Lebanon Daily News: Lebanon Schools preliminary budget would raise taxes.

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OPED: Invest in schools to bridge skills gap

York Dispatch: Invest in schools to bridge skills gap.

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EDITORIAL: As we enter new year, York City School District shows some promising signs

York Dispatch: As we enter new year, York City School District shows some promising signs

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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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Mechanicsburg School Board finalized budget, tax hike

The Carlisle Sentinel: The Mechanicsburg Area School Board unanimously finalized a 2017-18 district budget that will increase real estate taxes by 2 percent.

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South Middleton School District looks at 7.1 percent tax hike

Carlisle Sentinel: South Middleton School District looks at 7.1 percent tax hike.

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