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February 17, 2013

Rural school ripoff?: State reps differ on fairness of funding formula

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HARRISBURG —

How area schools compare in proposed percentage and basic funding increases:

Cambria County

Blacklick Valley: 1 percent, $49,463.

Cambria Heights: 1.12 percent, $103,688.

Central Cambria: 1.5 percent, $106,821.

Conemaugh Valley: 1.15 percent, $65,441.

Ferndale Area: 1.27 percent, $64,544.

Forest Hills: 1.1 percent, $132,823.

Greater Johnstown: 2 percent, $241,051.

Northern Cambria: 1.08 percent, $90,801.

Penn Cambria: 1.2 percent, $109,246.

Richland: 2 percent, $66,210.

Westmont Hilltop: 2.3 percent, $61,809.

 

Somerset County

Berlin Brothersvalley: 1.1 percent, $55,736.

Conemaugh Township Area: 0.97 percent, $63,021.

Meyersdale Area: 0.9 percent, $62,339.

North Star: 1 percent, $79,333.

Rockwood Area: 0.74 percent, $23,721.

Salisbury-Elk Lick: 0.77 percent, $14,732.

Shade-Central City: 1.14 percent, $43,253.

Shanksville-Stonycreek: 0.8 percent, $11,701.

Somerset Area: 1.45 percent, $107,072.

Turkeyfoot Valley: 1.17 percent, $25,518.

Windber Area: 1.09 percent, $90,754.           

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