Pennsylvania state lawmakers are looking to revise a funding formula that reportedly allows the state's 12 cyber charter schools to pocket more money than their expenses--a formula that has been sore spot with school districts since it was implemented in 2000.

Parents of cyber-school students do not pay tuition. Rather, the public school district where the student lives pays tuition with state and local tax money through a state formula.

State Rep. Jess Stairs, who chairs the House Education Committee, said he will hold hearings this year to review the


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