Category: News

Pennsylvanians for Fair Funding

Our Op-Ed Appears in Multiple Papers

In Pottstown Mercury, Reading Eagle, Delaware County Daily Times, and more: Who pays that price of this inequity? Our students do, with cuts to needed programs; and our taxpayers do, as they are the ones paying to maintain essential academic and extracurricular programming AND keep up with the state mandates you’ve been hearing about. It’s

PF3 Writers Team Op-Ed

In GO Erie, Pocono Record, and Ellwood City Ledger: These disparities mean that Pennsylvania has the largest gap of per student funding of any state between its wealthiest and poorest districts. They translate into fewer educational opportunities for students in underfunded districts: fewer AP courses; outdated books and technology; smaller art and music programs; higher