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Kids, Cuts, and Consequences: Harrisburg


What happened when Gov. Tom Corbett cut $2.9 million from Harrisburg public schools? Class sizes increased, educators were furloughed, and programs that help kids learn were eliminated.

PSEA members in Harrisburg have seen first-hand that these unprecedented funding cuts have consequences.

Read more about Harrisburg in the March 2013 issue of Voice.

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Who is feeling those consequences?
The kids who learn in Harrisburg’s public schools. The parents and families who are wondering why key programs and services have disappeared. The PSEA members who dedicate their lives to public education. And the community that is struggling to find ways to fund its public schools.

In Harrisburg, PSEA members spoke out about these cuts - and the consequences they are having on the kids they teach.

They are telling their stories, as no one else can.

Watch this video. Hear their stories.

Look for more stories soon as part of the Kids, Cuts, and Consequences project.

And, remember, you have a story to tell, too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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