Pa. city council gets request from schools for $60M more

04/30/2013 | WHYY-TV/WHYY-FM (Philadelphia)

School officials have asked the Philadelphia City Council for an additional $60 million to help close a $304 million budget deficit. The mayor and councilors have expressed support for the request but are unsure where the money would come from. Without the additional funds, schools would have to go without assistant principals, guidance counselors, librarians, music teachers, athletics and summer programs.

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