GREENFIELD — David Jordan’s phone started to ring almost immediately after Gersh Autism announced it would be closing its school at Crotched Mountain in mid-November.

Jordan, who had been president of the educational and residential facilities there for a decade, first heard from former employees, then from parents of students, and finally, from Gersh itself.

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