Sale of building challenges a Nevada charter special school

06/30/2009 | Las Vegas Sun

A new Las Vegas charter school for students who are deaf faces an uncertain future because its building is being sold for more than the charter can afford. The charter, which expects an enrollment of seven this fall, offers bilingual education in American Sign Language and English.

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