Education Law Center
The suit, filed last fall by parents’ groups and a coalition of school districts, claims the current state funding system shortchanges students.
There are 15 online “cyber” charters in Pennsylvania now, and six operators have applied to the state education department to run new ones.
The Education Law Center was to file a complaint with the Justice Department on Wednesday, alleging widespread discrimination in alternative disciplinary programs in Pennsylvania.
Cuts to Philadelphia’s school nursing staff has had a negative effect on students, according to a new survey.
Critics cite a number of weaknesses with the state’s existing cyber charter schools, and oppose any new ones.
The divisive issue of school vouchers took center stage on Tuesday at a hearing in Northeast Philadelphia.
A judge’s decision in New Jersey could prove troublesome to the Christie Administration as it attempts to reign in state spending. The issue: adequate funding of public schools.
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