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Claysburg Educational Foundation Gives District Students Opportunities Beyond Basic Curriculum

Every year the boards and administrations at public schools across Pennsylvania agonize over the budget. The numbers start high, and as they start doing the math, weighing the cost of programs against the expected funds from the two main sources of revenue which is the state’s contribution and local property tax, cuts are made resulting in the loss of programs, staff, or entire curriculums.

While a school district’s budget is complex and the process of balancing it along with endless debates, it boils down to its simplest form: a school can offer what it can afford. Adding to the drama of the...


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