The term “school consolidation” is not popular in Indiana. But for school officials at an increasing number of primarily rural districts, it may be the last option in an era of increasing money troubles. As StateImpact Indiana’s Ben Skirvin reports, officials at one school looking to fly the white flag and consolidate have run into an unusual problem – none of their neighboring districts want to take them or their students in.
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