Some NYC schools are launching new special-education programs

04/13/2010 | Staten Island Advance (N.Y.)

Eight schools in New York City's Staten Island borough will be among 260 in the city to pilot programs for teaching students with special needs. One Staten Island school will also create two inclusive classes for children with Asperger's syndrome. The initiative -- to be rolled out to all borough schools after the first year -- will emphasize creative approaches to teaching students literacy and behavior and focus on individual students' long-term plans for life beyond graduation.

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