Month: May 2014

RFA Op-Ed in Public School Notebook

The Pennsylvania Governor’s race has been in the spotlight of late, especially with ambitious proposals and reforms to education included in the platforms of both Democrats and Republicans.

But two of RFA’s policy researchers make the case that the agency that will be charged with implementing these reforms–the Pennsylvania Department of Education–is woefully understaffed and under-resourced.

Read more in their commentary in the Philadelphia Public School Notebook.