HARRISBURG – The largest investment in public education in PA history has been unveiled by Democrats in the PA Senate & House. The $3.75 billion outline, dubbed the Full Funding Plan, would take advantage of an expected $6 billion year-end state ending balance to address funding inequity, crumbling school infrastructure, and staffing problems exacerbated by the pandemic. The plan places $1.1 billion into the Fair Funding Formula; $750 million into Level Up which targets 200 districts with the most inequitable funding and largest adequacy gap; and $1.1 billion into remediating toxic schools. The plan also puts $250 million into staffing shortages; $125 million into mental health supports; and 100 million into academic supports.