Appointment of a Public Meeting on Financing Rural Education in Pennsylvania | News

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How to provide an equitable public education for students in rural Pennsylvania in light of a February 7 decision by the Commonwealth Court will be the focus of the City Council meeting from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Indiana Junior High School Auditorium.

A Pennsylvania judge has declared the state’s system of paying for K-12 public schools unconstitutional, stating that the general assembly has failed to live up to its constitutional obligation to provide an “inclusive and effective” education for all children by denying students in school districts with low property values ​​and incomes Of the same resources and opportunities for children in richer countries. The legislature, executive branch, and education departments must now formulate the solution to equitable financing.