Parents: Shared NYC school is harming students with special needs

05/12/2010 | Daily News (New York)

Two parents of students who attend a public school in New York City say space has been reduced for special education and other services since a charter school moved in, and they are appealing the Education Department's decision to allow the arrangement. "Two-thirds of our kids have special needs," one of the parents said. "Now, our facilities for them are being squeezed." Officials say there is enough room in the building for both schools.

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