Bill Would Allow PASSHE Schools to Leave State System
Two Pennsylvania state senators on Tuesday introduced legislation that would allow schools that are part of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education to transfer out.
Proposed legislation would allow some state-owned universities to leave the State System
Legislation that would grant more autonomy to healthy state-owned universities so they are better able to grow or allow them to leave the State System of Higher Education will be introduced Tuesday, its prime sponsor said today.
Pa. Treasury working to return $93,000 this Black History Month
State officials say the Pa. Treasury is working to return thousands of dollars in unclaimed property to African American organizations and institutions.
Corbett unveils budget with focus on school funding, pension reform
Pension reform, business tax cuts and his administration's largest increase in public education funding are all part of the $29.4 billion spending plan that Gov. Corbett unveiled to legislators on Tuesday.
Colleges that compete: The state universities get some needed flexibility
Variety long has been the hallmark of the State System of Higher Education, with its 14 campuses sprinkled across Pennsylvania, from Edinboro in the northwest near Erie to Cheyney in the southeast near Philadelphia.