Pennsylvania Schools Still Required To Meet Budget DeadlinePennsylvania’s budget is now 265 days overdue. But, even without a state-budget in place, school districts are still required by law to have their budgets in place by June 30th.
Corbett To Schools: Spend More Reserve CashGovernor Corbett believes Pennsylvania school districts could tap into their reserve funds more deeply instead of cutting programs.
Corbett Seeks To Prevent Property Tax Hikes That Could Follow Education CutsAnswering critics who say cuts in state funding for public schools will simply result in local tax hikes, Governor Corbett, in his budget address, proposed that all property tax hikes above the rate of inflation be subject to voter referendum.
Corbett Budget Cuts Target Pennsylvania SchoolsAlong the 422 corridor in Philadelphia’s western suburbs, farmland has been sprouting with new homes, shopping centers and pharmaceutical hubs for over a decade. So money has not really been a problem in most of the local school districts, until now.