Analysis: Pennsylvania Budget Plan is Lean and on Time

According to a Patriot-News article (from, June 30, 2011): Pennsylvania soon will have a state budget that cuts spending more deeply than most folks have seen in a generation. Gov. Tom Corbett is expected to sign a $27.15 billion budget today that includes no tax increases or new taxes. The new fiscal year begins Friday. The 2011-12 budget cuts spending by 4.1 percent. It dramatically reduces aid for schools, colleges, economic development and welfare programs. It contains about $300 million in tax cuts and credits for business interests. Click here to read the full article.

Membership Dues’ Increase

An annual dues’ increase for your PA Principals Association membership will go into effect on July 1, 2022. All Active Memberships will be $605. This increase will be reflected in our July renewal notices.