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Statement on Need to Pivot to Reinvestment in Wake of Consolidation of PASSHE Schools

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 21, 2021 Contact: Kirstin Snow, snow@pennbpc.org Statement on need to pivot to reinvestment in wake...

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The PA Budget: A Disgrace and Dereliction of Duty

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2021 Contact: Adrienne Standley standley@pennbpc.org 717-805-8466 Statement by Marc Stier, Director, Pennsylvania Budget and...

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TESTIMONY: Restructuring PASSHE Is the Wrong Plan for PA Higher Ed

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PERI Report – The Economic Impact of the PASSHE Employment Reductions

Click for The Economic Impact of the PASSHE Employment Reductions page, which includes a link to the PDF file....

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We The People – PA: People’s Budget Statewide Roll-Out and Town Hall

A budget is a moral document; it is a statement of our values and priorities. We The People –...

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States Can Choose a Better Path for Higher Ed Funding in COVID-19 Recession: A Pennsylvania Perspective

LINK TO THE CENTER ON BUDGET & POLICY PRIORITIES REPORT: “STATES CAN CHOOSE A BETTER PATH FOR HIGHER ED...

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The Public College Affordability Gap Looms Large for Pennsylvania Students

This time of year, high school seniors are applying to colleges, and some are even beginning to hear back...

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No Longer the Great Equalizer: New Study Highlights How Pennsylvania’s Low and Declining Investment in Higher Ed Threatens Access to College, Especially for Black and Hispanic Families

As we have showed previously, low levels of state funding for public higher education in Pennsylvania has led to...

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School Code Bill Sets Education Funding ‘Formula’

The School Code (House Bill 1141, PN 2200) establishes a new basic education funding ‰”formula‰” with a base distribution...

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Event Highlights Need to Raise Revenue for Workforce, Higher Education, Housing

Dozens gather for a State Capitol rally today to urge lawmakers to preserve key investments in state services by...

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A Look at Education Funding in Governor’s 2013-14 Budget

Governor Corbett’s 2013-2014 budget proposes expensive new corporate tax breaks that will continue to shift costs to individuals and...

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