Rivals in Pa. governor's race offer different education agendas

11/3/2006 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell, up for re-election this year, credits his administration's K-12 school funding boost with raising scores on national and state tests. He says the state needs to put more money into research-based programs that work, while Republican challenger Lynn Swann's school-reform plan calls for redirecting more resources to low-performing districts, among other proposals.

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