Monday, September 17, 2012

Pennsylvania Schools get a C

According to 600 voters statewide, Pennsylvania schools get a “C.”

The Inquirer Pennsylvania Poll, conducted by the bipartisan team of Global Strategy Group, a Democratic polling firm, and National Research, a Republican polling firm, found that respondents rate their local schools only slightly better.

“What this survey shows is the broad range of opinions that Pennsylvanians have when it comes to education, which is why Governor Corbett believes that parents should have the ability to choose the public or nonpublic schools their children attend," said Timothy Eller, spokesman for the state Department of Education to the Inquirer.

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