Mahoney meets with H-S editorial board
By Amy Revak, Herald-Standard
...The bill would allow the referendum to be placed on the ballot for fourth- to eighth-class counties.
said he has received some resistance from the Pennsylvania School Boards Association, but he hasn't heard much from the state
teachers union. He added that he has gotten good feedback from the members of the public.
"The most important thing
is education. Across the county, education would be equal," Mahoney said.
He added that the county could have one
cyber school, one charter school, one vocational technical school and one alternative learning school.
If all goes
as planned, Mahoney said he would like to get have the proposal ready for a vote next year and hopefully do a "pilot program"
in Fayette County. He said he is now seeking support from fellow legislators, but some aren't too keen on the idea...
Not Enough Said:
Little by little, here and there, Rep. Tim Mahoney shows his agenda is not mere cost-savings of administration, transportation,
or for taxation purposes - that is less taxation.
We wonder about the one vocational-technical school for the entire county. Don't you?
More on this in a separate section coming soon.