EDITORIAL: State agency needs to improve its approach to Ontario-Four Rivers issues

Summer wears on, a new school year approaches, and still arguments persist over the futures of the Ontario School District and Four Rivers Community School. The community appears no closer to resolving the fate of local high school students. The blame in part belongs to the state Education Department and the state board.

A lot is tangled up in the debate. The two school systems jealously protect their programs and reputations. They each say they . . .

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