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Due to budget cuts, 'we are not able to have a full-time librarian, art teacher, technology teacher or music teacher. This means our schedules are limited and cannot be arranged for what is best for students. '

'Pennsylvania’s system of funding schools is a failure by every criterion: equity, adequacy, predictability, fairness.'

First lady Michelle Obama's program to make school lunches more nutritious takes a hit, too.

An appellate court says there is a rational basis for providing different funding for charters and traditional public schools.

How funding for public higher education has plummeted.

Here's how the hundreds of millions of dollars spent on standardized over-testing might otherwise be spent.

Let's look at Philadelphia, where even the state-appointed school reformers running the system admitted things have gone too far.

The organizations say it will do irreparable harm to public education.

A Center for Public Integrity analysis of Internal Revenue Service tax filings shows how much the Kochs are spending -- and where -- in higher education.

Some are troubled that personal interests of private philanthropists are affecting pursuit of science.

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