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Main Line Media News October 3, 2014
The Leagues of Women Voters for Radnor, Haverford, Chester County, Lower Merion and Narberth will hold a public forum entitled “Keystone Exams Not Just Another Standardized Test” on Oct. 7. The forum, also sponsored by area school districts, will enlighten parents and the community about the state’s new high school graduation requirement and how it affects public school students. Sharon Kletzien, education specialists for the League of Women Voters of PA will moderate and Amber Gentile, chairwoman of the teachers education at
System that evenly distributes cash amid varying tax bases will be a challenge
HARRISBURG — Business, government, religious and labor leaders — including those from teachers unions — are asking Pennsylvania lawmakers to develop a fair funding formula for public schools. The coalition Monday spelled out its campaign to make the issue a priority in 2015. There are wide disparities “between the haves and have-nots,” said Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, who attended a Capitol news conference with Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter.
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 11 AM, Pittsburgh
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Panelists Will Include:
Education Lawyer, Josh Kershenbaum, Esq.
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Doors will open at 5 with student performances. Followed by book signing.
The Network for Public Education will hold a historic event in one month's time.