Local school districts are being hit hard by Gov. Tom Corbett’s proposed budget cuts. But rather than talking about what might happen, teachers in the Franklin Regional School District in Murrysville are doing something about it by making personal sacrifices.
Director of Internal Organizing for the Pennsylvania State Education Association, Butch Santicola, joined KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino to discuss a potential ban of teacher strikes.
Standing to lose nearly $2.5 million in state subsidies, Steel Valley has joined other school districts in making some hard decisions. They’re cutting teachers and staff.
Butch Santicola and representatives from the PSEA joined KDKA’s Mike Pintek during his Q&A Tuesday feature.
Nate Benefield of the Commonwealth Foundation joined Robert Mangino on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA. Benefield is the research director for the Commonwealth Foundation.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A community organization gave the Pittsburgh Public Schools a passing grade, but said there is still a lot of work to be done. This is the sixth straight year A Plus Schools […]
Labor disputes have paralyzed two local school districts. While seniors in Bethel Park are going back to class, even though the teachers are still on strike, teachers in Moon went on strike Monday morning. Moon […]
With the Bethel Park teachers’ strike now in its second week, some parents expressed their anger by staging their own protest Wednesday evening. The parents made signs showing support for the Bethel Park school board […]
Butch Santicola of the PSEA talks to Mike Pintek about the possibility of an extended school year. Butch says teachers are willing to listen to any plan that is presented.
As Allegheny Valley School District teacher’s complete day one of their strike, comes word from Simon Campbell, the President of Stop Teachers Strikes in Pennsylvania who told Mike Pintek that Pennsylvania lawmakers are enabling teacher […]