Pennsylvania approves stronger constitution faculty laws

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – A Pennsylvania regulatory board is supporting Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposal to topic constitution colleges to stronger ethics and accounting measures and to attempt to root out discriminatory admissions selections.

The three-2 party-line vote Monday by the Impartial Regulatory Assessment Fee was on a proposed regulation backed by Democratic lawmakers and public faculty boards however opposed by Republican lawmakers and constitution colleges.

The regulation additionally requires extra detailed data from constitution faculty candidates and goals to keep away from fee disputes between constitution colleges and public faculty boards.

Wolf, a Democrat, commissioned the regulation after greater than a decade of impasse within the state Legislature over updating Pennsylvania’s 25-year-old constitution faculty regulation.

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