18 February 2008

Public event will highlight study reviewing efficiency, effectiveness of York County school districts

A consultant's independent study reviewing the efficiency of
operations of York County's 16 public school districts will be
released at a public event Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 7 p.m. at
Alumni Hall inside the Iosue Student Union Building on the York
College of Pennsylvania campus, Country Club Road, York.

The study, "Identifying Areas for Enhanced Cooperation and Efficiency
in York County's school districts," looks at teachers, aides,
administrative staff and support staff per student; regular and
special instructional spending per student, adjusted for cost of
living; teacher salaries and benefits, adjusted for cost of living;
and maintenance and operation costs. It identifies positive
conditions and makes some recommendations for continued improvement.

Representatives of the consulting firm that prepared the study will be
on hand to present it to the community.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What specifically is being recommended to make us competitive in student achievement and cost per student with the other industrialized nations?