Leagues of Women Voters across Pennsylvania are undertaking a discussion and forming a consensus about high-stakes testing, such as the Keystone Exams, required for graduation in PA beginning in 2017.
LWVPA’s position on education “in brief” is to support equal access to quality public education, to be achieved by participation of government and citizens at all levels and by adequate financing based on an equitable and flexible tax system.
We invite your League to participate by viewing the attached study guide and consensus questions and to attend the June Convention where we will ask for concurrence for the updated position.
- Central Delaware County: January. 22 from 11:45-2pm at Media Borough Hall in the parlor. Seehttp://www.lwvcdc.org/calendar.html for details.
- The LWV of Radnor is joining with LWV of Haverford and Lower Merion/Narberth on January 25 at the Ludington Library in Bryn Mawr beginning at 1 pm.
Further information is available in the following PDF documents: