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Over this time span, 15 total gubernatorial elections comprising seven successive eight-year cycles have occurred. No party has held the governorship less than two consecutive terms or more than two consecutive terms.
In a 22-page report, education officials say about one-third of the state’s school districts responded to a survey meant to gauge how much it will cost to replace or repair aging school buildings. That’s just not enough feedback to determine the scope of the problem, the report’s authors note. Their study is not mere busywork. It’s important because the state must figure out how much money it needs to help local districts pay for new construction. In the meantime, a crisis is deepening for many districts that are waiting for cash from the state to help pay for new building or repairs.
April's revenue showers brought with them only more rain in May, with tax collections coming in $108 million less for the month and $532.2 million for the fiscal year that ends June 30.
A federal judge should dismiss criminal charges or throw out most of the evidence it gathered against the former head of a
The nomination process is now open for the Timothy M. Allwein Advocacy Award. This award may be presented annually to the individual school director or entire school board to recognize outstanding leadership in legislative advocacy efforts on behalf of public education and students that are consistent with the positions in PSBA’s Legislative Platform. Applications will be accepted until July 16, 2014. The July 16 date was picked in honor of Timothy M. Allwein's birthday. The award will be presented during the PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference in October. More details and application are available on PSBA's website.