Monthly Archives: March 2015

Superintendents get letter on spending Wolf’s proposed education increase

A letter to Pennsylvania superintendents from acting education Secretary Pedro Rivera describes how the state wants school districts to use proposed additional funds in classrooms. Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed budget would increase basic education funding by $400 million, the letter … Continue reading

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Are mini-horses coming to school? Probably not, but just in case …

This tweet first drew my attention.   I tweet about miniature horses as service animals in my school district and neigh a response. pic.twitter.com/jhCccJlpUk — Steve Whiteley (@whiteley) March 3, 2015 That’s when I learned York Suburban School District was looking … Continue reading

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Mentors take York boys to Temple University

A group of third- and fourth-grade boys from York City School District recently spent a day at Temple University, thanks to a group of mentors. Jeff Kirkland, one of the trip’s organizers, said it was arranged through BT Express, a program … Continue reading

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