Pennsylvania Cyber School To Lose Internet Service

03/7/2002 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Digital Freedom, the Internet service provider for Bucks County's Einstein Academy Charter School, yesterday said it plans to cut the school's service because Einstein owes it $80,000. State Education Secretary Charles Zogby, who is locked in a funding battle with all seven cyber-charters in the state, reportedly refused a request from Einstein officials to release money to pay the bill. As a temporary measure, Einstein is sending students disks from America Online with 1,000 hours of free Internet service.

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