Monday, September 22, 2008

State lawmaker suggests school choice for special-needs students

State Rep. Jason Murphey (R-Guthrie) says "one size fits all" doesn't work in education, and that children with autism should be able to choose from a variety of schools.

1 comment:

highschooljim said...

Unfortunately one of your precious charter schools, the Tulsa School for Arts and Sciences, would not be a choice. On their website they have a disclaimer saying that they do not have any special education students on staff. It might as well say "Special Needs students need not apply".