Bipartisan Support for Education Reforms
Originally published at RealClearPennsylvania
In Pennsylvania, divides over public education remain constant. The debates range from school funding disputes to curriculum fights, from arguments over critical race theory and gender identity policies to disagreements over teacher contracts and sports. Public education is commanding the attention of the state legislature, school boards, and courts.
One thing, however, is clear: parents want educational options for their children.
In a recent Common Ground poll commissioned by the Commonwealth Foundation, two-thirds of registered voters in Pennsylvania grade the quality of the state’s K–12 school system as a “C” or worse.
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