The Stuff State Lawmakers Think is More Important Than Quality Public Education in State’s Largest Economy

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John Baer has a list, including a $75 million increase in the budget for prisons, presumably to house the kids who drop out of Philly’s tattered public schools.

I’ll add my favorite hobbyhorse, the $3 billion in annual tax subsidies for dirty energy.

Greeting families who move into the state’s largest economy with decrepit schools because you want to bail out the dying coal sector is not any way to win the future.

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