NYC preschool for children with language delays may close in 2010

12/18/2008 | NYTimes.com

Current students at a private New York City preschool will be able to finish, but the program will end in August 2010 unless a new sponsor and home can be found, the school's board of trustees decided. The popular program, which began in 1970, cost the Montessori school that housed it more than $100,000 annually beyond the $1.2 million in state aid, officials said.

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