Pa. lawmakers look at giving districts more flexibility

03/22/2011 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

State legislators in Pennsylvania unveiled proposals that would loosen requirements for school districts and give them more flexibility amid proposed state budget cuts. Among other things, the measures would reduce some hiring requirements for school nurses, suspend some professional-development mandates for teachers and link decisions about teacher furloughs to performance rather than seniority.

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