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Priya Abraham

    Thu, August 07, 2014

    For Teachers, Knowledge is Power

    Like any other group of professionals, teachers are a diverse lot, holding vastly differing social, cultural, and political views. So why is it that they're lumped together and forced to join state ...

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    Mon, April 14, 2014

    My Obamacare Plan is Failing Me

    Tuesday is the last day to sign up for health insurance on the Obamacare exchange. Luckily, I've already purchased an exchange plan. But barely one month into my new health care coverage, I've ...

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    Wed, February 26, 2014

    A Public School Funding SOS

    The message–really an SOS–about public school funding came from rural Tioga County, but it's one most Pennsylvanians have grown used to hearing.

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    Tue, January 29, 2013

    Cyber Proposal Undermines Cherished School Option

    Harrisburg fourth-grader Ashley Matunis excels at math, which allows her to learn faster than her classmates. Her 7-year-old sister Anna suffers from Type I diabetes. Their mother, Sarah, found a ...

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    Thu, July 14, 2011

    Transparency Becomes Reality in PA

    The last few months saw immense partisan animosity and demeaning comments during numerous spats under the Capitol Dome. But amid the fiscal fist fights over school choice, a natural gas tax, ...

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