“The board of School Directors of Lower Merion School District stands in opposition to the passage of Pennsylvania Senate Bill 1085 and urges school boards from across the Commonwealth to inform members of the Senate of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at the serious flaws in this proposed legislation and the potentially negative impact on local public schools,” Board President Melissa Gilbert said as she read off the resolution.
According to school officials, the bill would create new costs for taxpayers while taking some control from local schools. At the same time,
If the state legislature adopts the Property Tax Independence Act, Pennsylvania would join Hawaii as the only states that don’t rely on property taxes to partially fund education.
Some pairs just go together.
Like software and hardware.
His friend Nick Joniec is a hardware guy.
They're both part of the student help desk team that has been key in the preparations for a 1:1 computing program in which every high school student gets a district-issued laptop.