District 428 board given proposals to cut costs
DeKALB – By 2015, students in DeKalb schools could attend junior high schools instead of middle schools, and a specific center for prekindergarten and early childhood learning could be created.
In a report to the DeKalb School District 428 board, the district’s finance and facilities advisory committee put forward those ideas as possible cost savers that could enhance education.
Disregarded by the committee, and thus by the board, was the idea of changing the district’s grade configuration, or attendance boundaries.
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