Some Pa. districts reducing kindergarten options
Pennsylvania doesn't require kindergarten. So some school districts, facing declining revenue and mandated costs, are choosing to reduce kindergarten to a half day or even consider eliminating altogether this academic year where students receive their first formal lessons and learn to socialize.
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#1 Aug 12, 2013
#2 Aug 12, 2013
Whatever became of the guy that kidnapped the young girl many years ago in Shade Gap Pa .
#3 Aug 14, 2013
I guess the economic anemia put an end to forcing our babies to spend all day in kindergarten. I'm glad our five year olds can now persue their childhood.
#4 Aug 14, 2013
They don't have the education problems in Japan we have here . Parents (both) for starters see to it their children attend . They teach respect ,teachers and students clean the rooms before they leave the school . That's just for starters ,it gets better if you can find it . They do everything in school our teachers , unions and administrators would never attempt . Oh, they have a childhood but don't want our kids trying to go to school over there. Their work ethic proves the discipline of why theirs is expanding and ours is becoming a 4th world export business.
economic anemia ? Pay , Pensions , unions and taxes cause their own collapse.
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