The Charter School Law of 1997 ignited an ongoing clash between traditional public schools and charter schools for coveted tax dollars in Pennsylvania – and that dispute is heating up as the pandemic spurs enrollment increases in online charter schools.
This ranking is based upon the core mission of all high schools, that being academic excellence.
The most recent relief program was enacted on March 11, 2021. This program is expected to provide unparalleled additional funding to schools.
Former CLSD board member: “In the end there are a great many lessons to be learned from this pandemic.”
CLSD board member: “Unfortunately, our local school districts must consider these legal issues as schools prepare to reopen.”
“In a few short weeks the adult debate over school opening policy will be over and then we will be left to face the true reality as our children set off with backpacks in hand to face this deadly coronavirus.”
“As we learn more about the proposals being weighed by other school districts it becomes clear that some school districts intend to take greater precautions than others.”
“This is the time to ask questions of your local school district, not after the schools have already opened.”
“Here in Pennsylvania and across our nation, children and their safe return to school has fallen victim to dangerous and divisive political conflict.”
“We cannot allow this important decision to become just another opportunity for politicians to grandstand.”
It all appeared good… then came the pandemic of 2020. Now, what might all this mean for Lebanon County?
Right here, in our town, there exists a love story of historic proportions. It is the tragic love story of President James Buchanan and his betrothed, Ann Caroline Coleman.
“In examining post-pandemic public schools, the eventual result could look more like an education revolution.”