Test scores not increased solely by s...

Test scores not increased solely by spending, group finds

There are 1 comment on the Pittsburgh Tribune story from Sep 12, 2010, titled Test scores not increased solely by spending, group finds. In it, Pittsburgh Tribune reports that:

Clair. * Allegheny County school districts with the five largest gaps between government funding and what a 2007 state study finds they need to improve student achievement: McKeesport, $11 million; Baldwin-Whitehall, $9.5 million; Wilkinsburg, $8.4 million; Penn Hills, $8 million; and Chartiers Valley, $7.5 million.

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“Trump is so right!”

Since: Jan 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#1 Sep 13, 2010
No, No, No, say it ain't so! For fifty years we've been told that the schools need more money, bigger sports venues, more teachers, more security, bigger pensions, etc., etc.

Is it possible that this is only one of the many lies that we've been told? Hmmmmmm

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