February 6, 2024

Parents for School Options: PA Gov. Josh Shapiro Values Public Cyber School Students Less Than Other Children

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What’s a Rich Text element?

What’s a Rich Text element?

What’s a Rich Text element?

What’s a Rich Text element?
What’s a Rich Text element?

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Parents for School Options (PSO) Executive Director Kristen Tyagi today issued the following statement on Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro’s decision to slash funding for public cyber charter schools:

“So much for winning tough fights. Gov. Shapiro came into office with the promise of helping Pennsylvania families who want the power to choose the schools that best fit their children. Sadly, in his budget address today, he made it clear that he values Pennsylvania’s public cyber charter school students less than other public school children. At a time when the state has a $14 billion surplus and the governor is proposing an infusion of $1.2 billion into public schools, it’s unconscionable to think he would consider slashing funding to some public schools due to political pressures.

“In his budget address, the governor noted that public cyber charters need less funding than brick-and-mortar charter schools because they don’t have the same physical infrastructure. That’s true, and that’s already done. Right now, only 75% of the funding for a public cyber charter student follows the student. That equates to millions in free money for traditional school districts for not educating children.

“Pennsylvania has one of the finest public cyber charter systems in the nation. It’s our hope Republican leaders in the General Assembly will stand up for these schools of choice.”

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