would take $300 million
hit if fiscal cliff talks fail Pa.
HARRISBURG — If Republican negotiators and President Obama fail to reach a fiscal agreement by Dec. 31, Americans will pay more taxes, and state programs from education to welfare will fall short, interest groups and state officials warn. Pennsylvania would lose about $300 million in federal money starting in January, said Charles Zogby, Gov. Tom Corbett‘s budget secretary.
What can you and your local school district do?
Hite to announce plans to close 37 school buildings
Kristen A. Graham, Inquirer Staff Writer
The impending announcement that the District will close dozens of schools at year’s end is another wrong-headed reform measure by District leaders. It is a blow to students and parents who place their hopes for the future in a good public education. My 12-year-old son attends L.P. Hill Elementary in
ANNOUNCE REORGANIZATION PLAN FOR PORTFOLIO OF SCHOOLS SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA
Specifically, the announcement will highlight recommendations to reduce excess capacity, standardize grade configuration and decrease capital expenses. Recommendations will also expand efforts to improve safety and educational programs and supports for students.
Audit lesson: fix charters
schools recovery officer sees his role as 'very cooperative venture' York