Key Issue: School Funding
In 2011, Gov. Tom Corbett slashed nearly $1 billion from Pennsylvania's public schools, creating a school funding crisis that is getting worse every year these unprecedented cuts are not restored.
The governor's proposed 2013-2014 state budget would increase public school funding by only $90 million more than public schools received this year, leaving a massive, $766 million funding gap that remains unfilled.
Take Action: Tell state legislators to make school funding a priority.
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