Published on: April 27, 2017
Money Woes
Education’s Taxing Problem

America’s schools need cash, but Pennsylvania’s proposed solution—substituting sales taxes for property taxes as a funding source—should get failing marks.

Matthew Fontana is a labor and employment attorney and a board member of Children’s Village, an early childhood education provider in Philadelphia. He is also the co-founder of Philly Set Go, a political action committee focused on increasing millennial engagement in state and local politics.
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