Parents protest possible closure of adult special-education program

01/14/2010 | Fontana Herald News (Calif.)

More than 12 parent complaints have been filed in California's Fontana Unified School District, where officials are considering the closure of an adult special-education program because of budget concerns. "[Parents] want and demand respect for their relatives," an advocate for the parents said. District officials said they have applied for the program to be taken over by a private special-education provider.

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