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COHESION OR COMPETITION? — Schools stand by choices in programming

September 27, 2013

Editor’s note: The following is the second part in a two-part series on alternative education.

COLUMBIA CITY — Eagle Opportunity to Success, a new alternative education program, is now offered to middle and high school students within the Whitley County Consolidated Schools district.

Educating students who need something not offered in a traditional classroom is now handled in-house, as opposed to utilizing an outside agency such as T.R.O.Y. Center, located in Whitley County.

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