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Education Voters PA Call-to-Action for Public Education - May 23rd
Education Voters will be
coordinating another statewide Call to Action for Public Education on May 23rd.
This will really be crunch time for state budget negotiations and it's more
important than ever that our policymakers in
are hearing from us about why we
NEED them to support public education. Please share this with your friends,
family, neighbors, colleagues and networks! Harrisburg
Full details HERE: http://www.educationvoterspa.org/index.php/site/news/statewide-call...
More tax income may soften
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Updated: Tuesday, May 01, 2012,
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Education Policy and
Email from Senator Andy Dinniman,
A number of you have sent me letters and emails expressing your concerns regarding education fiunding and Governor Corbett’s proposed cuts to education in next year’s budget.
That is why I have worked with the
We know that cuts to basic and early education mean increased local property taxes, larger class sizes, teacher layoffs and less individualized attention and specialized programs. We know that cuts to higher education mean significantly increased tuition and fees, greater student borrowing and debt and more people on the unemployment rolls. Altogether these cuts will set
This is an issue that affects every Pennsylvanian – from current students and their families, to teachers and professors, to high school seniors and prospective college students. I urge you to come out on May 3 and make your voice heard! After all, this not just a rally for education, it’s a rally for our future.
In addition, please help me spread the word about the rally by circulating this e-mail to anyone who may be interested.