Boston schools seek to ensure Asian students' special-ed needs are met

02/10/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Just 3% of Boston's special-education students are Asian-American, which has some concerned that language barriers and a cultural stigma against disabilities is preventing the children of Asian immigrants from receiving needed help. The school system is reaching out with the help of a Cantonese-speaking special-education professor who helps parents understand terms like autism and accommodation.

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