Pennsylvania’s antiquated Charter School Law sets the ground rules for payments to cyber-charters and school districts are getting gouged.
The Wolf administration has touted the plan as a way to boost higher education funding for students in need, and to relieve some of the pressure the commonwealth is feeling from the ongoing “brain drain” crisis and declining enrollment at state-system schools.
Not all free college programs are created equal. New research finds that eligibility requirements and other features influence outcomes.
Exact language of the proposal is not yet available. But the legislation, sponsored primarily by Rep. Barbara Gleim, R-Cumberland, is titled the “Save Women’s Sports Act.”
The plaintiffs in the case want Pa. Commonwealth Court rule that the state’s current funding system is unconstitutional and order the Legislature to fix it.
En una llamada con periodistas el martes, el Departamento de Salud y el Departamento de Educación de Pensilvania actualizaron la guía COVID-19 para Escuelas de la mancomunidad a partir del 5 de abril.
We are not out of the woods yet, and things might turn out quite poorly if we open things up too soon and too widely. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel, finally.
Doing anything else would be legislative malpractice where the figurative patients — taxpayers in growing districts — quietly suffer.
On a call with reporters Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health and Department of Education updated the commonwealth’s COVID-19 guidance for schools effective April 5.