To receive their share of the proposed $400 million increase in basic education funding, school districts will have to submit spending plans to the state by May 15. And those plans must direct the increase in state funding to one of 14 “evidence-based” options for improving achievement outlined in a letter sent to district superintendents Tuesday by acting state Education Secretary Pedro Rivera. PSBA issued a statement on the letter.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 17, 2015

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