Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Trimming the fat from school spending

While the elimination of school property taxes remains the No. 1 reform Harrisburg must pass during the current Legislative session, there's also other ways to curb runaway spending on public education in Pennsylvania.

This editorial from today's edition of The Mercury discusses some recent findings from a report on ways to put the brakes on school spending.

Hundreds of millions of dollars can be saved without jeopardizing the quality of education students receive.

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