School District Cooperation Frees Scarce Resources for Education

As school districts across the state are forced to increase class size, shrink course offerings, delay technology upgrades and more in the face of stagnating local revenues and increasing costs, the Pennsylvania Economy League suggests sharing services as a way to mitigate district financial difficulties. The examples of district cooperation are increasing, but more can still be done. Click here to download School District Cooperation Frees Scarce Resources for Education