The parents control formula may sound like a great idea, but it may also be one of the most costly things you can do.
The formula requires schools to provide a minimum number of hours of instruction per week for students to be considered eligible to enroll in college.
For example, a school with three students enrolled in kindergarten and another two in high school, the school would be required to provide one full hour of instruction a week for those students to enroll.
The formula also requires that schools provide an additional four hours of instructional time per week to students who are not in high schools or those students who did not graduate from high school.
The parents are not supposed to be able to take their children out of school when they are at home, so parents are often required to pick up the slack and pick up extra work.
But the formula does require that schools maintain a minimum of one full-time teacher for every student enrolled in high-school, so the additional hours that students are expected to provide to parents are more difficult to manage.
In fact, many schools have students working less hours and less than they would like, making it difficult for them to fulfill the formula requirements.
For the most part, these schools have been able to maintain their enrollment by cutting back on their teaching hours.
However, this is not the case for many high schools in Pennsylvania.
In recent years, many of the state’s largest public high schools have cut back on teaching and reduced their hours of teaching.
In 2016, more than half of the Pennsylvania high schools with more than 25 students enrolled reported cutting back their instruction time by at least 25 percent.
The Philadelphia and Philadelphia City schools reported the largest percentage of students in low-income families being cut back.
In fact, one of these Philadelphia City high schools reported that it cut back by at most 40 percent, and a majority of the schools reported they had decreased instruction time to an average of 50 percent or less.
Many of these districts have found that the more students are in high risk classes, the more expensive it is to provide them with instruction and the more they have to work in order to maintain attendance.
In a statement to NBC News, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania Department of Education said, “There is no formula in the law that requires schools in Philadelphia to have a single full- time teacher for high school students.”
But some parents are concerned that the formula has the potential to make high schools less appealing for students.
“This formula is so confusing and it’s just going to make it harder for students who can’t afford to go to college to get into college,” said Jennifer Hagen, the parents choice commissioner at the Pennsylvania Community Schools Association.
“And the students who aren’t in the best schools are going to be worse off.”
For parents, there are two schools that are likely to see the most students in their districts impacted by the formula.
The Pennsylvania Department for Education and the Philadelphia City Schools Association are working on a formula for additional instruction time for students from low- and moderate-income households, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Pennsylvania Department said it has also received many calls about the formula over the last few months from parents who are concerned about the cost to their schools.
“We’re still in the early stages, so we’re still looking at what the impact is,” said Dan Schaffner, a spokesperson for the Philadelphia Education Department.
The Philadelphia City School District is one of those schools that is currently evaluating its enrollment to determine if it is ready to implement the formula and how much additional instruction will be needed, according the Philadelphia News Service.
If the formula is approved, it could be in place for the next school year.