A Lehigh County, Pa., lawmaker on June 3 vowed to push legislation that she said would provide greater accountability for the state's cyber charter schools and save taxpayers millions of dollars, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Republican Rep. Karen Beyer's bill would set a lower rate for school districts to reimburse cyber charter schools. The savings for Pittsburgh Public Schools would be $2.3 million a year, she said. An analysis of the legislation by the House Education Committee said it would limit fund balances of charter schools and allow the state Department of Education to issue regulations to ensure that students

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