May 19, 2011 – The Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials and the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators have released a new report that showcases the damage the proposed budget will do to student achievement.
The report is based on a survey of school districts this spring and tells a very stark story of program and personnel cuts that will do serious damage to the educational progress made in recent years by Pennsylvania students. These cuts are the result of weaker local revenues, the end of federal stimulus funds, and the Governor’s proposed $1 billion-plus cut in education funding for 2011-12.
Read the full report.
Read the press release.