FY 2007-2008 State Budget

FY 2007-2008 State Budget

Information Resources | Enacted Pennsylvania Legislation

Information Resources

Office of the Budget

Pennsylvania Department of Education

EPLC Budget Testimony


Information Resources | Enacted Pennsylvania Legislation

Enacted Pennsylvania Legislation

Act 8A (House Bill 1286)
Provides for the FY 2007-2008 General Fund, including the state’s education budget

Act 45 (House Bill 842)
Makes omnibus changes to the state’s school code.
Click here for a summary of the changes made by Act 45.

Act 10A (Senate Bill 929)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for Penn State University.

Act 11A (Senate Bill 930)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the University of Pittsburgh.

Act 12A (Senate Bill 931)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for Temple University.

Act 13A (Senate Bill 932)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for Lincoln University.

Act 14A (Senate Bill 933)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for Drexel University.

Act 15A (Senate Bill 934)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the University of Pennsylvania.

Act 16A (Senate Bill 935)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the Philadelphia Health and Education Corp.

Act 17A (Senate Bill 936)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for Thomas Jefferson University.

Act 18A (Senate Bill 937)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Act 19A (Senate Bill 938)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the Pennsylvania College of Optometry.

Act 20A (Senate Bill 939)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

Act 21A (Senate Bill 940)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the Berean Training and Industrial School.

Act 22A (Senate Bill 941)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the Johnson Technical Institute of Scranton.

Act 23A (Senate Bill 942)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades in Delaware County.

Act 24A (Senate Bill 943)
Allocates FY 2007-08 funding for the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.


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