A profile of special education in Ohio's Rock Hill school district shows that educators focus on customizing instruction to help students of all abilities achieve their potential. Sign language is taught as a means of communication for students who are nonverbal, and computers are used as an alternative for students who find penmanship difficult. "Every one of these students can be successful," the district's superintendent said. "The role of the school is to help these students achieve that success."
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