PSBA announced that the results from the recently completed 2020 State of Education survey show that more than 70% of school districts identified mandatory charter school tuition costs as one of their biggest sources of budget pressure. This marks the first time in the four years of the survey that charter tuition payments, not pension costs, have been the most commonly identified budget pressure for Pennsylvania’s public school districts. Survey results are based on responses from more than 320 school districts. Look for the new report to be released by PSBA in March!

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