BROKEN ARROW, Okla.-- The Broken Arrow Board of Education voted to delay a decision on new school boundary maps for the district.
Board member Steve Allen put in a motion for the delay-- saying there were still a lot of questions that need to be addressed before a vote.
The process began more than a year ago. The board was expected to move forward with the new boundaries, but voted instead to delay a vote that would have affected about 1,000 students in the district.
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