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(Mar 17) In Letter to Superintendents, Governor Wolf Announces Plan to Ensure Historic Education Investment Reaches the Classroom

(Press Release from the Office of Governor Wolf, 3/17/15) In Letter to Superintendents, Governor Wolf Announces Plan to Ensure Historic Education Investment Reaches the Classroom Harrisburg, PA – As part of Governor Tom Wolf’s historic commitment to public education, his … Continue reading »


(Mar 3) Governor Wolf’s 2015-2016 State Education Budget Proposal

Department of Education Governor Wolf’s Budget Makes Historic Investment in Education (press release) Governor Wolf’s 2015-16 Proposed Education Budget Presentation (PDF) Governor Wolf’s 2015-16 Proposed Education Budget – Fast Facts (PDF Summary of State Appropriations The following file contains a summary of the … Continue reading »


(Feb 11) Governor Wolf proposes education reinvestment plan featuring natural gas severance tax

The following press release was issued by Governor Wolf’s Press Office. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 11, 2015 Governor Wolf Proposes Education Reinvestment Plan Featuring Natural Gas Severance Tax Thorndale, Pa. – Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf today proposed an education reinvestment … Continue reading »


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(Mar 23) U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan says PA’s funding gap between rich, poor schools is nation’s worst

Secretary Arne Duncan says Pa.’s funding gap between rich, poor schools is nation’s worst By Huizhong Wu, Inquirer Staff Writer  U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan said Friday that Pennsylvania does the worst job in the nation of funding low-income school … Continue reading »


(Mar 17) In Letter to Superintendents, Governor Wolf Announces Plan to Ensure Historic Education Investment Reaches the Classroom

(Press Release from the Office of Governor Wolf, 3/17/15) In Letter to Superintendents, Governor Wolf Announces Plan to Ensure Historic Education Investment Reaches the Classroom Harrisburg, PA – As part of Governor Tom Wolf’s historic commitment to public education, his … Continue reading »


(Feb 23) Report Released: “Continued Cuts: The PASA-PASBO Report on School District Budgets”

Challenging Financial Conditions Getting Worse for School Districts Statewide HARRISBURG, PA (February 23, 2015) — Challenging situations are getting worse in schools statewide according to an update to the annual Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators (PASA) and Pennsylvania Association of … Continue reading »


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