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Education spending: The rest of the state’s story

April 6, 2012
By ELIZABETH STELLE - Policy Analyst with the Commonwealth Foundation , Lewistown Sentinel

Since Gov. Corbett's budget proposal, those who profit from Pennsylvania's $26 billion a year public school system have been gnashing teeth over what they claim is an "underfunding" of the public schools. This misinformation campaign builds on the faulty premises that education spending in Pennsylvania has been cut to the bone and more money will improve student learning. Unfortunately, this narrative distorts reality and omits key facts. As the late Paul Harvey would say, it is time you know the rest of the story.

 
 
 

 

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