Catholic schools providing more support for students with special needs

02/23/2010 | Washington Post, The

Financial constraints have often prevented Catholic schools from providing special-education services, but more of the schools are now offering additional services for students with special needs. One parent said the emphasis on faith creates a more accepting environment for students with disabilities. "Children with disabilities have a right to a faith-based education," said the superintendent of schools in a Virginia diocese. "We want to provide that as best we can."

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