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Can schools have the 180-day requirement waived for weather?

So with all of these snowy, icy and just plain freezing conditions causing multiple school cancellations, I’ve heard many questions about whether school districts can receive any waivers from the requirement that students have 180 days of school.

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Additional school scores to be released today

The Pennsylvania Department of Education plans to update its School Performance Profile website today with the scores that were held back a few months ago while corrections were made to data.

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West York foundation gets to work; Northeastern foundations merge

A new educational foundation has formed to support the West York Area School District, and foundations in the Northeastern School District have merged.

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York County education moments from 2012

Here’s a look at some education moments from York County schools in 2012.

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Time to visit classrooms! Where should I go?

I want to spend time in York County classrooms. Where should I go?

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‘Hunger Games’ sparks debate among parents, schools

There’s an interesting post over at The Educated Reporter, a blog I follow, about how the “Hunger Games” movie has sparked debate among some parents and school communities about whether the book and movie are appropriate for young audiences. Apparently, … Continue reading

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