Online schools spend millions to attract students
Virtual, for-profit K-12 schools have spent millions in taxpayer dollars on advertising, an analysis shows.
Shake-up at top of prestigious
Business Journal by Peter Van Allen, Reporter Philadelphia
The new “philanthropy”: private agendas vs. public interest
Editorial: Like it or not, C.U. recovery plan coming
Monday night the elected Chester Upland School Board faced a stark choice. Members could suck it up, swallow hard and try to digest the bitter pill that had been prepared by state-appointed Chief Recovery Officer Joe Watkins. Or they could decide to once again tilt at windmills, reject the plan and face the inevitable - a move by the state to place the troubled district in receivership.
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Budget cuts stretch schools’ support staff thin
….Cutting teaching positions has become commonplace as districts reduce budgets. The job losses that often go unnoticed, however, are those of employees who serve in supportive roles, such as teachers aides, librarians, secretaries, custodians and cafeteria workers, experts say.