Study looks at Sterling’s possible withdrawal
Will co-op costs go up or down for group’s remaining members?
MORRISON – For districts in the Bi-County Special Education Cooperative, it all boils down to one thing:
Can the cooperative provide quality services to special needs students at a reasonable cost?
The cooperative is wrestling with a request from the Sterling Public Schools to withdraw from the organization, effective with the 2014-15 school year. Sterling estimates it could save more than $160,000 a year by shifting services from the cooperative to the district.
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