2 Pittsburgh-area charter schools to move forward on own
The agreement provided Chester Upland with an additional $9.7 million in funding for the 2012-13 school year, which was included when the General Assembly passed the state budget.
The state also paid the district’s outstanding vendor payments from the previous school year and its unpaid charter payments. Together, those debts total about $20.5 million, bringing Chester Upland’s total benefit to about $31 million, according to information provided by Solicitor Leo Hackett when the settlement figures were first announced last month.
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