Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro scheduled to deliver this year's state budget address later Tuesday.

Two of the bigger items up for discussion are higher education and public transit.

A lot of the details of Governor Josh Shapiro's spending plan for the coming fiscal year are being kept quiet for now.

Shapiro has already indicated he wants more money for higher education and public transit agencies, as well as for underfunded public schools.

He's also reportedly ready to spend more state money to try and attract major companies.

Shapiro's also expected to revive his push for a new private school voucher program.

Pennsylvania is expected to have $13 billion in the bank when the fiscal year ends June 3h. That's thanks in large part to federal COVID-19 aid over the past four years.