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Tell us how Pa. can make post-secondary education better

It's the last of three Grow PA surveys. The results will be shared at our Grow PA event in Harrisburg on Nov. 15.

No more mailers! GiveCampus is crowdfunding for educational fundraising. (Photo by Flickr user Pedro Herry Lawford, used under a Creative Commons license)

This story is part of Grow PA, a reported series on economic development across 10 Pennsylvania counties supported by the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia. Sign up for our weekly curated email here.

What can Pennsylvania do to improve and transform higher education from a policy and programmatic perspective?

As a part of  Grow PA, a reported series on economic development across the state produced in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, we want you to tell us.

If you’re familiar with Grow PA, you might have already taken our surveys on infrastructure and healthcare. The results of those two surveys, and this one on post-secondary education, will be shared at our event in Harrisburg on Nov. 15.

The survey is pretty simple: We’re asking you to rank five ideas in the order of how you feel they should be prioritized. Check it out below.

Take the survey

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Companies: Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia
Series: Grow PA

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