Watch Here: EPLC’s February 2016 “Focus on Education” TV Show Featuring a Discussion on Gov. Wolf’s State Budget Proposal for Education

This EPLC “Focus on Education” show originally aired on Sunday, February 14, 2016 and included a discussion on Governor Wolf’s 2016-2017 state budget proposal for education, featuring:

Jodi Askins, Executive Director, PA Association for the Education of Young Children
Tom Gluck, Executive Director, PA Association of Intermediate Units
Marc Stier, Director, PA Budget and Policy Center
Kathy Swope, President, PA School Boards Association

All EPLC “Focus on Education” TV shows are hosted by EPLC President Ron Cowell.

Visit the EPLC and the PA School Funding Project web sites for various resources related to education and school funding issues.

“Focus on Education” is a monthly program focusing on education issues in Pennsylvania. The program has most recently included a discussion on the federal reauthorization of ESEA; a discussion on early education in PA; an interview with Representative Stan Saylor, Chairman of the PA House Education Committee; and an interview with David W. Patti, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Business Council. The show has covered topics including the impact of trauma on student learning; the work of Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges; the financial condition of school districts; National Math + Science Initiative; Pennsylvania’s Political and Legislative Landscape and Its Implications for Funding Education; Ethics in School Districts, the Role of Intermediate Units, Reactions to Governor Wolf’s 2015-2016 State Education Budget Proposal; and Physical Education and Health Education Issues for Students. Past programs are posted on EPLC web site.

“Focus on Education” airs on the second Sunday of each month at 3:00 p.m. EST on Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) and then airs again several times throughout the same month.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please visit eplc.org here or call 717-260-9900 for more information.

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