A $4,000 grant will help area preschoolers and child care teachers continue toward the goal of United Way of Allen County Women United: to have all children be kindergarten-ready and succeed in school, officials said.
NEW HAVEN – Enrollment and staffing are down, circuit breaker losses are down and if all goes as projected, the tax rate for East Allen County Schools should decrease slightly next year.
They were told plenty of people were looking to tear them down, that they were in a war for the survival of public education and that they should be wary of politicians who haven’t seen the inside of a classroom in years.

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