The grant funding will address asbestos, lead and other issues in Pennsylvania schools.
The 2024-2025 proposed budget builds on last year’s historic investment in education.
In its first meeting, the new board rescinded decisions made by the former 8-1 conservative majority.
Pro-education groups are partnering to provide resources to Pennsylvanians who oppose extremism in their local schools.
A report issued by a state commission recommends closing a funding gap of $5.4 billion and using state funds to tackle inequity among school districts.