The campaign to marginalize public school choice is advancing in the state House!
This Monday, the House Education Committee will hold hearings on proposals that threaten to slash funding for cyber schools. And cyber schools already receive only 81 percent of what traditional districts receive per student!
These drastic cuts will make it difficult—if not impossible—for cyber schools to compete. Indeed, many will be forced to close if funding is reduced.
Cyber schools are public charter schools that more than 32,000 Pennsylvania students have chosen as the school that best fits their needs. These children should not be treated as separate and unequal second-class citizens by shortchanging their education funding.
Tell Harrisburg you support reform that won’t cut cyber school funding!
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Thank you for joining the fight for school choice!