PA Capital Star by ML Wemecke, April 12, 2021 School board members across the commonwealth are seeing red because the dollars they are sending to cyber- charter schools are spiraling out of control, putting intense pressure
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According to the Pennsylvania Capital-Star, a new charter school got the green light to open its doors in Harrisburg this September, thanks to a decision by a powerful state board whose members formerly worked alongside
Charter funding reforms proposed under HB272 could save taxpayers in House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff’s school districts $923K
Note: 2018-2019 cyber tuition is the most recent data available from PDE. It does not reflect the surge in cyber enrollment attributed to the pandemic. HB272 numbers are from PDE’s Estimated Charter School Reform Savings (Excel)