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EDUCATION OFFICIALS TO HOLD MEDIA CONFERENCE ON SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN SCHOOL REGULATIONS

 EDUCATION OFFICIALS TO HOLD MEDIA CONFERENCE ON
 SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN SCHOOL REGULATIONS
 Top state education officials will hold a media briefing immediately following the State Board of Education meeting on Thursday to discuss the board's vote on major changes proposed in regulations for curriculum, assessment and vocational education for Pennsylvania's schools.
 The briefing will be held in Room G-50 on the ground floor of the Forum Building, Commonwealth Avenue and Walnut streets, Harrisburg. The board meeting starts at 8:30 a.m. and is expected to last most of the morning, depending on the time taken for public comment.
 Scheduled to attend the media briefing are Secretary of Education Donald M. Carroll; Joseph F. Bard, Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education; and Robert E. Feir, Executive Director of the State Board of Education.
 Media coverage is invited.
 CONTACT: Bette Phelan of the Department of Education, 717-783-9801.
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