Historically, in Pennsylvania, the property tax has been the only significant local revenue source over which school boards have had authority, and their authority to raise property tax rates was unrestricted. This flexibility has proved helpful especially when the state has enacted unfunded mandates.
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Shrom, Timothy J. and Hartman, William T.
"Property Tax Restrictions on School Board Fiscal Taxing Authority in Pennsylvania,"