Hollis calls for school board members resignation after special ed comment
According to a report by Superintendent Susan Hodgdon, posted to the SAU 41 website Wednesday morning, Pucci suggested that the area’s superintendents were not being candid with taxpayers about the real costs of special education services and were trying to save money by keeping more special education students in the district.
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