For the first time since the end of the state budget impasse, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf made his way to the Erie area tonight, to serve as guest speaker at Edinboro University.

In front of hundreds of students in the Frank Pouge Student Center, Gov. Wolf discussed some of the challenges that Pennsylvania will in 2016.

According to Gov. Wolf, a major obstacle moving forward is education funding.

After nine months, the budget impasse ended about three weeks ago with a spending package of $200 million in education funding, which is about half of what Gov. Wolf wanted.

While the governor said he used his own formula to distribute the money fairly, Erie School District leaders say they missed out.

Erie School District Superintendent Dr. Jay Badams recently said that the district received $1.1 million less than what they anticipated.

Gov. Wolf said he did everything he could to get the Erie School District as much as possible.

"They got $2 million more than last year,” said Gov. Wolf.  “They got less than what they would have in my budget that I proposed back in March of 2015.  I think that's true.  But, I proposed that, and I wanted to give them more.  I couldn't get the legislature to go along with that."