Survey shows the impact of state cuts on Pa. classrooms

09/16/2011 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

About 70% of school districts in Pennsylvania have larger classes this year, while 44% have fewer electives and 35% have reduced tutoring services, according to a new survey on the effect of state budget cuts. The survey, which considered responses from 59% of the state's 500 districts, also showed that many districts drained their reserve funds to balance the 2011-12 budgets.

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