Governor Wolf’s 2019-20 budget proposal is a good launching point, but more funding is needed. Given what it takes to simply keep up with the mandated obligations public schools face, like charter school payments, pensions and special education, an even bolder investment in basic education and special education is necessary to deliver what Pennsylvania students need.

Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials created an interactive map to show how the basic education funding increase in the 2019-20 proposed state budget impacts each school district.

Find out how your district fares.

PA School Funding Coalition Calls on Legislature to Go Further on 2019-20 Education Funding

HARRISBURG, PA (Nov. 8, 2018) — PA Schools Work, a non-partisan coalition of organizations representing urban, suburban and rural communities, called Governor Wolf’s 2019-20 budget proposal a good launching point, but said more funding is needed …. READ MORE.

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