Some Mass. schools educating students with disabilities closer to home

05/28/2010 | Enterprise (Brockton, Mass.), The

Some Massachusetts schools are modifying classrooms and instruction to meet the needs of district students with disabilities instead of sending them to out-of-district programs. The new programs allow the district to cut costs and reduce lengthy travel time for students while allowing them to remain in mainstream schools that are closer to home. "The parents are just so happy to have their children down the street," one school's principal said.

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