Governor Tom Wolf and House and Senate Democratic Leaders highlighted the injustice in the state’s school funding system and called for fair funding of every district.
Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians: $5 Million in Funding Now Available for Broadband ProjectsJune 02, 2021
Gov. Wolf encouraged nongovernmental entities to apply for funding to facilitate the deployment of high-speed broadband service infrastructure in underserved areas.
Gov. Wolf, Lancaster Co. School Leaders Call for Bipartisan Charter School Plan to Save Nearly $400 MillionJune 01, 2021
Gov. Wolf visited J.P. McCaskey High School in Lancaster today to discuss his bipartisan reform that saves an estimated $395 million a year.
Leaders of more than 400 school districts across Pennsylvania, representing more than 80% of school districts in the commonwealth, have called on the General Assembly to pass commonsense reforms to the commonwealth’s broken, outdated charter school law.
Gov. Wolf announced today more than $2.8 million has been awarded in Schools-to-Work Program grants to support new partnerships between schools, employers, organizations, or associations to create employment and training career paths for students.