Pennsylvania lawmakers and Gov. Tom Corbett are debating what to do with Chester Upland’s teetering school district, in a case that has drawn statewide and even national attention.

“Where do we stand? That’s an interesting question,” Sen. Daylin Leach, D-King of Prussia, said Tuesday, one day after he and 10 other Delaware County Democratic and Republican legislators met with Corbett and his education secretary, Ron Tomalis, in Harrisburg to discuss a district that for now lacks the money to last out the school year.

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