TRENTON, NJ — Trenton Public School officials have extended custodial positions, which were supposed to be eliminated as of July 1, until August 1, according to The Times.
The district''s request for proposals, a move which was questioned by the state Department of Education, has also been withdrawn, the article stated.
According to the article, the custodians'' positions were extended because of an irregularity with the request for proposals.
The 128 custodians were among the nearly 200 employees whose positions were scheduled to be eliminated come July 1, the article noted.
The delay in the move to privatize custodial services in the district could end up saving the in-house staff completely, the article added.
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