School-district consolidation in play in Senate - Lancaster New Era

April 28, 2009

"How many school districts should Pennsylvania have in order to save taxpayers money?

A 15-member state commission would need to answer that.

State Sen. John N. Wozniak, a Cambria County Democrat, introduced legislation today to move forward with the possible consolidation of the state's 500 school districts.

Taxpayers can no longer afford the "sacred turf and parochialism of the current school system," Wozniak said in a news release."  For the complee Lancaster New Era article, please click here.