- Vote NO on this egregious
proposal to exempt charter school management companies from PA right-to-know
- Vote NO on direct pay by the Department
of Education to Charter and Cyber operators that would deny local school
districts any ability to monitor the validity of charges and payments of
taxpayer funds before they are paid.
- Vote NO on a Statewide Charter
Funding Advisory Commission where three quarters of the members are
Charter and Cyber operators/advocates and gubernatorial or political
appointees. Of 17 members, only 3 would
represent school districts.
- Vote NO on a statewide charter
Charter school proposals should be rejected
Guess what the charter schools are listed as? If you said local agencies, you get an A-plus, students. Somewhat surprisingly, the proposal is the work of local state Rep. Tom Killion, R-168, of
Let school boards make
call on public education policy
15, 2012, 1:00 AM
While there are great charter schools, 16 years of charters in
For now, charter approval isn't a
GOP priority Pennsylvania
Speaking at a public meeting Thursday night, Watkins stressed that Chester Upland can no longer continue losing students to other educational institutions, noting that critical funding follows those students from the district.
Here are the instructions.