Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Choice for special-needs children 'worth a look'

"The process of getting schools and parents on the same page with regard to the education plans required for special-needs students can be painful," the state's largest newspaper editorializes today. "Some schools do a much better job than others of meeting the needs of special education students. Whether a scholarship tax-credit program and private schools are what's best for a particular student group is worthy of a fair hearing, even as the union cries foul."

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