Report: Lack of Rural School District Spending Impacts PSSA Results

Doing more with less is a reality for local school districts, but one state organization sys the lack of adequate state funding for rural school district Pennsylvania is showing itself in lower scores on standardized tests.

State funding for public education impacts student achievement in rural Pennsylvania, according to a report released Monday by Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children that looks at how spending levels in the state’s 260 rural school districts impacts student results on the Pennsylvania System of School Assessments (PSSAs).

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