Kansas may combine schools for students with sensory disabilities

08/18/2009 | Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas)

A commission in Kansas said it will not close the state's school for students with visual impairments or its school for students with hearing disabilities. But both schools operate below capacity, and the commission said they should be combined. In the long term, the state could save on food services and maintenance, and avoid building a $30 million school for students who cannot see.

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