Report suggests school closures, fewer magnets in Pittsburgh

08/16/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

An advisory group has been presented with the first-draft of a report on Pittsburgh Public Schools that suggests several steps to be taken to improve the quality of education in the city. Among its recommendations in the report, compiled by consultants, are to close some elementary schools, eliminate some magnet programs and launch an international-themed elementary school. Final recommendations will be made in October, with decisions left to the school board.

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