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PSEA Report: Poorest students pay biggest price for school funding cuts

A new PSEA research report finds that Gov. Tom Corbett's nearly $1 billion in school funding cuts have hurt Pennsylvania’s poorest school districts and its neediest students the most, with larger classes and a drop in student achievement on standardized test scores.  More »

Students in poorest school districts hit hardest by Corbett funding cuts

A new function on PSEA's school funding cuts calculator shows that the average per student funding cut in Pennsylvania's 50 poorest school districts is $532, while the average per student cut in the 50 wealthiest school districts is $113.  More »

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Malvern teacher Nikki Salvatico to receive NEA award for teaching excellence

Nikki Salvatico, a first-grade teacher at General Wayne Elementary School in Malvern, Pa., and president of the local EA, will join 38 of her colleagues from across the country to be honored with one of public education’s most prestigious awards.  More »

Nominations open for 2015 PSEA Celebrating Excellence Awards

Nominations open for 2015 PSEA Celebrating Excellence Awards Each spring at the PSEA House of Delegates, the Celebrating Excellence Awards honor the recipients of PSEA's Adler Friend of Education Award and PSEA Human and Civil Rights Awards.  More »


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