5 ways educators think lawmakers could help fix Pa.’s K-12 staffing crisis

BY: - April 17, 2023

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

BY: - May 1, 2022

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 […]