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Clinton Township, NJ: "Dwindling" school population; "HIGHER COSTS" for SPED

Sept 9, 2018, Shrinking school's plan for the future saves it $1M, but costs staff members It was a controversial plan for a school district that is small -- and getting smaller -- but officials in the Clinton Township district say reorganizing its students has led to a big savings…. Parents had complained of not knowing that the changes were coming until it was too late to question or debate them. But school officials said the move was needed to combat dwindling student population, higher costs for healthcare, teacher salaries and special education services, along with maintaining aging buildings….


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