Proposed closure of N.C. special school prompts protest

06/12/2009 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

A North Carolina budget proposal to close a state school for students with visual disabilities might save the state money but would cut needed services, protesters said. The school enrolls about 60 students and provides services to others with visual disabilities; the proposal would return them to their local districts or one of the state's schools for students with hearing disabilities.

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