Vote no on Sterling’s pullout
Students with most severe disabilities will pay the price
The Sterling Public Schools Board of Education recently voted to withdraw from the Bi-County Special Education Cooperative. This action was done at a special board meeting on Dec. 27, when many people were away for the holidays. The meeting was at noon, when many people who were around were working.
At a regular board meeting held just 8 days prior, there was no discussion of their desire to withdraw from the cooperative or that they were planning to schedule the special board meeting to vote on withdrawal.
These facts speak volumes.
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