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  • Mr. Rendell is expected to support continued funding for the "educational costing-out study," done by the Legislature three years ago.

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  • Mr. Rendell is expected to support continued funding for the "educational costing-out study," done by the Legislature three years ago.

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  • It would be more certain next week, he said, when Thorn comes back to court with the results of the costing-out on the facility's plans.

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  • It would be more certain next week, he said, when Thorn comes back to court with the results of the costing-out on the facility's plans.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • It would be more certain next week, he said, when Thorn comes back to court with the results of the costing-out on the facility's plans.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • It would be more certain next week, he said, when Thorn comes back to court with the results of the costing-out on the facility's plans.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • It would be more certain next week, he said, when Thorn comes back to court with the results of the costing-out on the facility's plans.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • It would be more certain next week, he said, when Thorn comes back to court with the results of the costing-out on the facility's plans.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • It would be more certain next week, he said, when Thorn comes back to court with the results of the costing-out on the facility's plans.

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  • "costing-out" study of education -- said the district needed.

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