MORTON — A Philadelphia-based organization will be helping community members get more involved to get more money into the state’s public schools.

Public Citizens for Children and Youth will be teaming with some of the county’s education leaders on Saturday at the Delaware County Intermediate Unit in Morton for the Delaware County Unites for Education meeting, an assembly that will help community members get more involved with the Legislature to continue the work to get public schools fully funded.

Currently, Pennsylvania is in the bottom five of states that contribute to public education totaling $7.2 billion for basic and special education in 2018-19, plus $268 million in Ready to Learn block grants.

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