It was only a month ago that Houston ISD Superintendent Terry Grier brought up the issue ofH.P. Carter Career Center
, the school housing just 54 students that costs at least $2.86 million to run.
Well, that won't be for a whole lot longer, apparently. One of the budget items up for review at next Monday's afternoon board workshop asks the board for approval to close Carter.
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Grier had said earlier that students at the Fifth Ward school could be easily moved to E.O. Smith or other nearby schools.