No Child Left Behind waiver to be sought by Pennsylvania
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State Education Secretary Ronald Tomalis is required by law to petition the Court of Common Pleas to place Chester Upland under a receiver, according to Tim Eller, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
“In the interest of putting the district back on a financial footing, I’m sure the secretary will do so at short order,” Eller said Monday night.
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