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Six area school districts receive state computer grants
January 28, 2020

Six school districts in Bucks and Eastern Montgomery counties were recently awarded PAsmart targeted state grants that will be used to expand computer science classes and teacher training. A total of 1 [...]


School fair funding lawsuit update expected Wednesday
January 27, 2020

An update by the education advocacy groups representing over a dozen petitioners in a public school funding lawsuit against the state is expected in the coming days. Click Here for full story.
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Plan for new teacher evaluations would limit impact of standardized tests
January 27, 2020

The current system — created by Aument's 2012 bill — is based half on in-class observation and half on students' performance on standardized testing. The new iteration would change tha [...]


 
Schools That Teach
October 22, 2018

On Monday, Governor Tom Wolf announced his intention to sign Senate Bill 1095, which reduces the reliance on high stakes testing as a graduation requirement and provides alternatives for high school st [...]


PA Education Leaders Rally at Capitol in Support of Pennsylvania Students and Public Education
June 19, 2018

  Principals, superintendents and other education leaders and staff from the Pennsylvania Principals Association, the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators (PASA) and the Pennsylvania [...]


Declaration of Emergencies
April 11, 2018

Act 4 of 2016, Section 1505, signed into law on February 16, 2016, allows the Secretary of Education to issue a weather, safety, or health related emergency declaration for a school entity or a charter [...]


 


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