Lawmakers are considering a 5-10% funding cut to all cyber schools. This could have a detrimental effect on your child's education. Cyber schools, including your's, may be forced to lay off teachers, reduce course offerings, limit social engagements and even increase class size. These letters are vital in showing your Senators that cyber schools have an enormous amount of successful students and passionate parents, that don't deserve to be treated like Second Class Families.
• December 9, 2013 - Cyber Alert - STOP THE SKIM - Reason 10
Cyber-school students: Pentagon snubs our service - August 23, 2011
Students graduating from the growing ranks of online high schools are running into a hurdle if their goal is to join the military: The Pentagon doesn't want many recruits with non-traditional diplomas.
Family wins truancy fight against school district - April 6, 2011
A West Shore School District family won an appeal overturning truancy charges against their special-needs son, who missed time while awaiting enrollment in cyber school. On March 30, York County Judge John S. Kennedy threw out the charges against Charlie and Marilyn Tocci.
Cyber Alert - STOP THE SKIM - Reason 10
Why cut cyber school funding and give it to school districts when those same districts have nearly $4 billion in reserves? Pennsylvania Families for Public Cyber Schools today said cuts to cyber school funding proposed in Senate Bill 1085 ignores how public school districts already have hoarded nearly $4 billion in reserves. To put that into perspective, Pennsylvania?s entire investment in public school funding is $5.4 billion during the current fiscal year.
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