Parents fear inclusion policy will force closure of school

02/16/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Parents of students with severe disabilities who attend a Chicago-area school are worried it may close because of a districtwide plan to include more students with disabilities in general-education classrooms. School officials say the school is not slated for closure and have pledged to evaluate each student individually to determine the most appropriate school placement.

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