Call this one "A Tale of Two School Districts." Actually, that's exactly what we did on today's front page. In Interboro, the board reluctantly decided to hike taxes and cut a few jobs. Taxes will increase 2.9 percent. Twenty jobs also will be slashed. In Upper Darby, they are instead tightening their belt and dipping into their fund balance instead of taxpayers' wallets. As legislators struggle with their own budget woes in Harrisburg as the clock ticks toward a July 1 deadline to have a new budget in place, we hope our representatives keep Upper Darby and Interboro in mind.