Chicago school for boys with special needs to add high school

01/21/2010 | Chicago Journal

Chicago's Moses Montefiore Special School for boys in grades 5 to 8 with severe emotional disorders will add a high-school program and eliminate fifth grade, according to a plan announced by Chicago schools CEO Ron Huberman. The school will enroll many students from the Bartholome De Las Casas Occupational School, which is for students with special needs and has been targeted for closure. Huberman promised each student affected by school closures would receive individualized attention in their transition.

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