Monthly Archives: June 2012
The cost of college is going up, but officials say post-secondary education is more important than ever.
Seems no one really likes the funding formula for charter schools in Pennsylvania. State auditor general Jack Wagner released a report last week stating that the funding formula should be changed. The report itself notes that the auditor general did … Continue reading
A man returning to his West York roots is working to start a scholarship to help students at his alma mater who may have grown up like he did. Bill Kling, a member of the West York Class of 1966, … Continue reading
An assignment in York Suburban High School teacher Betsy Bedell’s senior English classes had students looking at Dante’s Inferno in a new way. After students read the book, Bedell gave them an assignment. In groups, they were to recreate the … Continue reading
There’s an easy way to find places where kids can get a free meal this summer. Through the Summer Food Service Program, more than 2,000 sites around the state will offer free lunches for children 18 or younger, according to … Continue reading