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  • Senate panel approves new education funding formula

    HARRISBURG — A bipartisan effort to make Pennsylvania's schools more equitable took its first step to becoming law Tuesday when a Senate committee unanimously voted in favor of a new school funding formula.
  • Proposed school funding formula would take from rich districts, give to poor

    Proposed school funding formula would take from rich districts, give to poor
    HARRISBURG — A legislative panel says Pennsylvania needs to take politics and uncertainty out of the way it pays for public schools. The Basic Education Funding Commission, co-chaired by the Lehigh Valley's longest-serving lawmaker, recommended...

    Educators say Senate vote to delay Keystone Exams as graduation requirement is 'good first step'

    Educators say Senate vote to delay Keystone Exams as graduation requirement is 'good first step'
    School districts across Pennsylvania, in a panic over what to do with the students who fail the Keystone Exams, were handed a lifeline this week when the state Senate agreed to place a moratorium on making the tests a graduation requirement. The...

    Pa. officials report more than $160,000 in gifts, travel in 2014

    Pa. officials report more than $160,000 in gifts, travel in 2014
    HARRISBURG — Newly filed state ethics reports show Pennsylvania state lawmakers and other high-ranking government officials collected more than $160,000 in freebies last year, including sports tickets and international travel, although about half...

    Keystone Exams one big headache for Lehigh Valley school districts

    Keystone Exams one big headache for Lehigh Valley school districts
    Prescious Correa gets good grades as a sophomore at Dieruff High School in Allentown, acing pop quizzes and passing her courses. But in the Keystone Exams, the state's standardized tests that Prescious must pass to graduate, she struggles. She said...