PA State Board Of Education Giving Its Support To Gov. Wolf’s Schooling Proposals

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s State Board of Education is giving its support to proposals by Gov. Tom Wolf to require students start schooling by age 6 and continue until they’re at least 18. The board voted unanimously Wednesday for the Democratic governor’s proposals that he unveiled in February. Lawmakers still must approve the proposals for them to take effect.

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