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(Apr 22) U.S. education chief: States should limit amount of testing for students

U.S. education chief: States should limit amount of testing for students By Daveen Rae Kurutz Beaver County Times CHICAGO — The nation’s top education official wants to see less testing in schools across the country but defended the importance of … Continue reading »


(Apr 21) Gov. Wolf’s picks to lead state education and transportation departments earn Senate confirmation

Gov. Tom Wolf’s picks to lead the state education and transportation departments sailed through the first leg of the Senate confirmation process Tuesday By Steve Esack The Morning Call Harrisburg – Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s picks to lead the state … Continue reading »


(Apr 21) School districts, parents will take school-funding challenge to state Supreme Court

School districts, parents will take school-funding challenge to state Supreme Court By Peter Hall The Morning Call Sixteen years after the state Supreme Court found it lacked a yardstick to assess the fairness of Pennsylvania’s education funding scheme, lawyers challenging … Continue reading »


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(Apr 22) U.S. education chief: States should limit amount of testing for students

U.S. education chief: States should limit amount of testing for students By Daveen Rae Kurutz Beaver County Times CHICAGO — The nation’s top education official wants to see less testing in schools across the country but defended the importance of … Continue reading »


(Apr 21) Gov. Wolf’s picks to lead state education and transportation departments earn Senate confirmation

Gov. Tom Wolf’s picks to lead the state education and transportation departments sailed through the first leg of the Senate confirmation process Tuesday By Steve Esack The Morning Call Harrisburg – Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s picks to lead the state … Continue reading »


(Apr 21) School districts, parents will take school-funding challenge to state Supreme Court

School districts, parents will take school-funding challenge to state Supreme Court By Peter Hall The Morning Call Sixteen years after the state Supreme Court found it lacked a yardstick to assess the fairness of Pennsylvania’s education funding scheme, lawyers challenging … Continue reading »


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