California school for students with special needs plans expansion

01/5/2010 | San Mateo County Times (Calif.)

Stanbridge Academy, a small K-12 school for students with learning disabilities in California, is planning an expansion to accommodate more students with special needs. "A lot of students with special needs want to go to this school because of our teachers trained [in personalized, diverse instruction] and we have small class sizes," the head of the school said. "We could be here for more students who need this type of education."

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