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Monthly Archives: November 2014

School Superintendent Makes Case for Predictable, and Equitable School Funding Formula

In a letter to The Patriot-News, William H. Kerr, Superintendent of Schools, Norwin School District, Westmoreland County, makes the case that, “A fair, predictable, and equitable school funding formula will provide Pennsylvania school districts the opportunities and resources to offer a high-quality education for all students regardless of where they live.”

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What’s the deal with school funding reform in Pennsylvania?

Lancaster Newspapers looks at the driving forces in school funding debate

“In the last year, we’ve seen at least five big pushes to change the way money is distributed to the state’s 500 school districts,” reports Lancaster Newspapers, citing the Campaign for Fair Education Funding. The report adds that, “School District of Lancaster Superintendent […]

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