The bill was expected to fly through the state Senate last week, but a lot of second-guessing apparently took hold as senators wisely slowed down the process to give some thought to what is a major and expensive overhaul to education as we know it in Pennsylvania.
And we think they should not only continue to research the matter, but ultimately scrap plans to siphon funding away from our public school system and to give taxpayer money to private schools that are not held accountable to state standards.
Corbett to Speak at Event of American Federation for Children (AFC)
The Heron's Nest: Schools of hard knocks
Another Delaware County school district is trying to figure out how to make ends meet. Last week it was Chichester; this week it's William Penn.
School directors there find themselves staring at a $9 million budget gap.