On Tuesday, November 6th, we will all exercise our constitutional right to vote. While there have been many issues in this campaign, sadly, education did not seem to make it far in the national spotlight. However, Pennsylvania voters can make a difference in how education is delivered, evaluated, and mandated in our state and communities by directing their local vote toward candidates who support public education.
We need policymakers in Harrisburg who understand the value of public education. A strong economy and strong communities start with giving our schools the tools and support they need to develop future leaders.
Education is a bi-partisan issue and one that should be a top priority for all. Please visit this link to view a bi-partisan list of local candidates who support public education and consider them when voting tomorrow.