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By THOMAS SCHMITT
Correspondent 

Spring Cove District Seeks Relief from Cyber School Costs

 

April 11, 2019



Superintendent Dr. Betsy Baker announced to the Spring Cove School Board at the April 8 Committee of the Whole meeting that she will be adding a resolution supporting Pennsylvania Senate Bill 34 and House Bill 526 to next week’s school board meeting agenda.

Last year, she said, “Spring Cove was required to pay a total of $454,884 for 58 students to attend cyber charter schools – an average of $7,842 per student. In comparison, the actual cost per-student for Spring Cove School District's cyber education program was only $2,210 per student. Thus, the same 58 cyber charter students cou...



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