March 29, 2017 – LancasterOnline – by Kimberly Marselas Continue reading →
LANCASTER, PA (March 28, 2017) – A nine-month legal battle over the placement of newly-arrived older immigrant students, mostly refugees, in the School District of Lancaster is ending with a comprehensive settlement.
March 10, 2017 – The Philadelphia Tribune – by Maya Earls Continue reading
State needs to both increase funding levels and distribute dollars more fairly
March 7 2017 – As the General Assembly debates Pennsylvania’s education budget for next year, the Education Law Center released a report today highlighting how persistent state underfunding of schools has entrenched widespread inequities and inequalities, particularly in schools that serve lower-income families and large numbers of students of color. Continue reading