The Pathways in Education facility in Oil City has notified local school districts that beginning Nov. 1, it won't be accepting public school students in its disciplinary alternative education programs.

Nate Neely, administrator of Pathways In Education in Oil City, said Tuesday the decision to close the Alternative Education for Disrupted Youth (AEDY) program for public school students resulted from new mandates and regulations recently instituted by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) "that would cost the AEDY providers a fortune to try to implement."

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