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Conceptual plans call for an estimated $29.4 million in work to improve Lower Merion School District schools.
Two schools began the fall with significantly more students than expected.
About half of the district's students took the standardized exam last year.
The school district and its main employee union have not talked since before classes began Sept. 4.
Opinion, Back to School
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Lower Merion students must take three Keystone Exams, and for the class of 2017 and beyond, passing grades are required for graduation.
Government, Schools, Local Connections
Several community groups meet this week after long hiatuses.
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