Advocacy: Forum set by parents to talk about education funding
The goal is to engage in a real discussion with local policymakers about the challenges facing our public schools. Now is the time for parents to become an active participant in the conversation on Public education and the value we place on local public schools in Pennsylvania.
"PSBA issued its recommendation for improving low-performing schools, and it's not the voucher program the governor proposed Tuesday."
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Published: Wednesday, October 12, 2011, 4:20
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We've invited ALL state senators and representatives from Delco including Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi and House Appropriations Chairman Bill Adolph- Please call your legislators today and let them know that you hope to see them there. Please ask attendees to RSVP in advance at delcolegislativeforum.eventbrite.com If you are interested in helping out please contact Marian Rucci, Delco PA PASS County Coordinator at .email@example.com