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Philly schools to get $45M to ease money crisis

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HARRISBURG, Pa. — Philadelphia schools learned Wednesday they will get an extra $45 million from the state as the district struggles with its worst financial crisis in memory and questions about a student's death after an apparent asthma attack at a school without a nurse on site. Gov. Tom Corbett announced the state aid to Pennsylvania's largest school district at an unrelated news conference...

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