Public education’s problems won’t be fixed with more funding | Opinion
Dec 30, 1:00 AM
If politicians really wanted public education to be better in the Keystone State, they would put the power to choose firmly where it belongs: in the hands of parents. That they refuse to do this lays bare the fact of the matter: Politicians like Governor Wolf care less about educational outcomes than they do keeping union cronies happy. And until parents demand better, our public schools won’t improve.
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