Only in State College, you might say, would a school board cut a job that has brought in $3 million and has attracted volunteer help.
Of all jobs, this one should be obvious.
As anyone who fund raises knows, this kind of money doesn't fall out of trees and doesn't get sent in after phone calls. Someone has to work for it.
So the SCASD board's vote eliminates the job and angers the volunteer help. The new superintendent and others in his administration will be fund raising from day one.
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