Pennsylvania Schools

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Fed up with the Pittsburgh school board's infighting and structural problems, three private foundations have decided to hold onto $3 million in funding until the board solves its problems. While teachers say the decision will only hurt students, some parents favor the move. Jon Miller reports.



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