5 ways educators think lawmakers could help fix Pa.’s K-12 staffing crisis
Officials are considering more concrete ways to address the state’s declining rate of teachers, which has left educators still in the classroom with increased workloads, and make long-term investments in the teaching profession.
Pa’s K-12 school nurses treat more than scrapes and bruises. And they’re asking lawmakers for help
One per 1,500. That’s the nurse-to-student ratio for K-12 schools in Pennsylvania — one of a handful of states to set staffing requirements in the law. Karla Coffman, a nurse in the York Suburban School District, is about 250 students away from reaching that threshold as the certified school nurse for the high school and […]