Tuckahoe Looking For One-Year Tuition Deal With Negotiated Rates For Special Education Students - 27 East

Tuckahoe Looking For One-Year Tuition Deal With Negotiated Rates For Special Education Students

author on Feb 4, 2015
The Tuckahoe School District will not move forward with a five-year tuition contract with the Southampton School District, though district officials are working on a one-year exclusivity deal that would... more

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