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Jan. 17, 2014 12:00 pm

Pa. Senate considers releasing public school spending data [LINKS]

"A proposal to make a searchable website of Pennsylvania public school expenses is now before the state Senate for consideration following passage in the House."

Plan for website listing Pa. public school expenses goes to Senate [Newsworks] “A proposal to make a searchable website of Pennsylvania public school expenses is now before the state Senate for consideration following passage in the House.”

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Have a Cup of Coffee with the Person Who Inspires You Most, Enter The #DreamCup Contest [Generocity] The Science Center’s “Replica’s Creative Cafe has launched the #DreamCup Campaign to do just that. Each month from January to June, individuals can nominate which local leader they want to meet for coffee and why it is important to them by using the hashtag #DreamCup on Vine or Twitter.”

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