School chiefs say county co-op fair
East Texas — School superintendents from Sabine, White Oak and Spring Hill fired back Wednesday against allegations that not all school districts in the Gregg County special education cooperative receive equitable services.
Gladewater ISD board members voted Monday to leave the co-op because the district felt it was not being treated equitably, said Superintendent J.P. Richardson. Gladewater trustees voted to join an Upshur County co-op, expected to save taxpayers $225,000 to $350,000 per year, Richardson said.
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