Student files complaint to stop closing of Oregon School for the Blind

08/3/2009 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Claiming that closing the Oregon School for the Blind will deny her access to an adequate education, a student has filed a legal complaint with the state Department of Education. Lawmakers voted in June to close the facility, saying students would receive better schooling at a lesser cost in home districts. The complaint argues that the student would receive less instructional time and fewer types of specialized teaching in her home district.

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