ESI President Stephen Mullin featured in Philadelphia Inquirer story on city budget and public schools
ESI president and principal Stephen Mullin was featured in an April 19 Philadelphia Inquirer story on ways the city and its next mayor can cut $103 million to help fund the city’s public school system.
In the story, which featured opinions from various people with experience in both Philadelphia government and city budgets, Mullin said that the city would likely have to cut salaries to reach its budget goal. He also said that an attempt by the city to put off funding its pension deficit would not be an easy sell politically.
To read more of Mullin’s thoughts and the article in its entirety, click here.
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