Neb. abandons plan to merge small school districts

03/14/2014 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

A Nebraska lawmaker has pulled a bill that would have required school districts with fewer than 650 K-12 students to join with other districts to share teachers, classes and more. The proposal, which was opposed by some education groups, would have created allied school systems enrolling at least 1,300 students. The lawmaker who proposed the legislation said it was drafted to meet concerns of smaller districts that they did not have the means to offer some specialized courses.

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