City, state, school district sign ‘Education Accountability Agreement’

In a show of solidarity, dignitaries gathered at City Hall yesterday to celebrate what they described as an “unprecedented” coming together of city, state and school officials to oversee district finances, reports the Philadelphia Daily News. And all it took to get them into the same room and on the same page was a $629 million deficit, plans for massive cuts, proposals for tax hikes and the public embarrassment of the mayor…

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